FisherPoets Gathering Supporters
The City of Astoria for its $3,000 grant from the Arts and Cultural Program to Promote Tourism.
Judi and Milt Stewart, longtime supporters of the FisherPoets Gathering for $1,000 in honor of Judi’s brother Jack Connaway west coast fisherman and skipper of the Adios.
Oregon Sea Grant for its $1,000 grant towards 2019 FisherPoets Gathering operating expenses
Clatsop Community College for its abiding, visionary financial support and for equipment.
Michelle Abramson, fisherpoet, for her $500 donation, since 2018, in memory of Alan Abramson, 27 years a Kodiak salmon seiner, setnetter and Dungie fisherman.
Jamie Jones and Katie Wood, faithful fisherpoet fans, for their $500 donation this year.
KMUN Coast Community Radio 91.9 FM for bookkeeping, for being our non-profit home, for promotion and for broadcasting live Friday and Saturday nights' performances on the radio and on the web.
Englund Marine for sponsoring since 2009 a $250 Distant Waters Readership to help with travel expenses for individual fisherpoets from afar.
Fishhawk Fisheries for sponsoring since 2009 a $250 Distant Waters Readership to help with travel expenses for individual fisherpoets from afar.
Salmon For All for sponsoring since 2009 a $250 Distant Waters Readership to help with travel expense for individual fisherpoets from afar.
Sen. Betsy Johnson, for supporting the Gathering with a $250 Distant Waters Readership this year.
The Daily Astorian for donating, since 2013, the publishing and printing of our programs.
Astoria-Warrenton Chamber of Commerce for national and regional press releases. For information about lodging visit the chamber's website at travelastoria.com
Oregon Folklife Network for encouragement, technical assistance and documentation.