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Entrepreneurs in Kentucky

This collection of segments taken from KET’s Kentucky Life provides opportunities for students to learn about the lives of unique businessmen and women living in Kentucky.

Grade Levels: 3-12
Resource Type: Videos

Entrepreneurs in Kentucky, Part 1

Entrepreneurs in the arts, farming, and tourism: country music songwriter and performer Tom T. Hall (9:21), photographer James Archambeault (9:02), quilt artist Rebekka Seigel (4:37), sculptor Ed Hamilton (5:40), woodcarver Stan Schu (4:56), dollmaker Rose Mary King (5:37), a sunflower Farm (4:55), raising paddlefish (7:15), Double Stink Hog Farm (4:00), Fort Boonesborough (4:28), and the Kentucky Derby Museum (4:50).

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Entrepreneurs in Kentucky, Part 2

Entrepreneurs in equine-related businesses, food services, nature and environment, and retail: horse-powered logging (4:50), a maker of jockey silks (6:05), the Colonel Sanders Museum and Café (4:50), Quiet Trails Nature Preserve (7:40), Bernheim Forest and Arboretum (3:25), Valco’s Barge Delivery Service (7:00), the Abbey of Gethsemani (5:15), Olde Tyme Toys (4:02), Unity Wear (4:40), and Moonlight Barbecue (6:06).

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