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).
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).