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 $3,000 in honor of Judi’s brother Jack Connaway west coast fisherman and skipper of the Adios.
Oregon Sea Grant for its $2,000 grant towards 2018 FisherPoets Gathering operating expenses
Clatsop Community College for its abiding, visionary financial support and for equipment.
Michelle Abramson, fisherpoet, for her $500 donation in memory of Alan Abramson, 27 years a Kodiak salmon seiner, setnetter and Dungie fisherman.
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.
Coffee Girl at Pier 39 for supporting FPG since 2016 with a $250 Distant Waters Readership.
Table 360 Bakery & Bistro for its 2018 $250 Distant Waters Readership to help individual fisherpoets from afar.
The Daily Astorian for donating, since 2013, the publishing and printing of our programs.
Daniel S. and Mona Spenst Jordan and Brett Meyer for their $100 donations to the Gathering in 2018.
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.