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Arkansas Made Gift Ideas at The Good Earth


Did you know that we have a 5,000 square foot Gift Shop, filled with all kinds of lovely gifts, including many locally made items?  Check these out!

We are very excited to introduce our newest locally made item; castile soap from Cadron Creek Soapworks. These have been made at a farm in Mount Vernon since 2011, and the scents are delightful. Cadron Creek Soapworks uses natural ingredients, many sourced locally. Making useful soaps that don’t contain coconut oil, palm oil, soybean, corn, gluten, lard, or tallow is their first priority.

Each of our team members already has a favorite… wonder which one will be yours? And check out the lovely platter they are on; it’s from another local artisan, keep reading for more pottery details!


We have pottery from several different local artists, including our own Landscape Services team member, Chad! The mugs and bowls pictured above are his; each one is unique, making for a very special gift. We also carry Honey Bee Pottery from Piper Groves; the soap platter is her work. Piper’s pottery features an interesting and eye-catching use of texture.



Over the past 20 years, Cary Collins Designs has grown from a dream to an inspiring business.  Read more about Cary’s journey here! Each year, we stock her calendars and refills, both of which are very popular gifts. Each month, enjoy unique artwork and a scripture.  She also has a variety of note cards and writing pads.  The bright colors and uplifting messages are so sweet!



And speaking of sweet…local honey! Guenther Apiary honey is especially delicious so consider grabbing some for yourself as well!  We love the honey, the hot honey and of course, the creamed honey in a variety of flavors.

As you can see, we have many locally made gifts for your loved ones.  We also promote self- gifting; treat yourself, you deserve it!

And if you just aren’t sure what to get someone, a Good Earth gift card is a great choice.  As you can see, we have a little something for everyone…