The links below are offered to provide additional information about Hickman County and its people, places and things:
Storytellers Museum – Johnny Cash’s Center of the Universe
Bread Maker – A Hickman County man who quit his day job to bake bread full time.
Still Hollow Maple Syrup – A Hickman County retiree who enjoys a special time of year that has made leaving the workplace sweeter than ever.
Grinder’s Switch Hour – A live radio show and a museum dedicated to local stars like Minnie Pearl.
Banana Pudding Festival – Once a year, people go bananas over pudding.
Victor Wooten’s Center for Music and Nature – The woodsy retreat of Victor Wooten, bassist for Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.
Pinewood Store and Kitchen – A restaurant that serves up healthy comfort food.
Emily Allison – An artist in Primm Springs who sees cookie tins as potential works of art.
John Noel Natural Area – John Noel is a conservationist who, along with his ornithologist wife, Melinda Welton, travels the world with the goal of making people more aware of the harmful effects of global warming.`
The Duck, Portrait of a River – Flowing over 250 miles through Middle Tennessee, the Duck River is simply amazing. It provides water for 250 thousand people, is home to many freshwater animals, including over 150 species of fish, 55 species of freshwater mussels, 22 species of aquatic snails, and is known around the world for it’s biological diversity. Hickman Countian Doyle Totty is featured in this video.