322 SW 4th ave
Gainesville, FL 32601
Service area: 200 miles
We offer a wide range of turn-key services to help make your next project green and easy. Our professional installers are not only familiar with our materials but enjoy working with it for reasons of durability as well concern for their own health. Our referral network will put you in touch with our licensed and insured installers and contractors who specialize in everything from flooring to custom countertops, to roofing, to Solatube installations. We also offer custom countertop and cabinetry design and installation, licensed interior design, as well as LEED AP certification services and LEED GA green consultation services for professional architects, builders and contractors. If you live out of town no worries, we offer direct shipping on most everything we carry.
Liberty Phoenix Lord
Liberty Phoenix Lord has been a resident of Gainesville, FL since 1989. She has 3 beautiful children is married and currently lives in Gainesville. She has served on the board of directors and taught at the Florida School of Traditional Midwifery. She has been a Realtor since 2005 working in Alachua County. She is currently on the board of directors for the Heart of Florida Chapter with the USGBC. Through INDIGOGreen Liberty is able to continue her commitment to the environment and the health of our planet. Her commitment started at birth, she was raised vegan and with the knowledge that every action she takes affects the next 7 generations. With this knowledge, everyday is a day that she chooses to make a difference.
Manager/Co-Founder, FGBC Certifying Agent, Certified GHG Inventory Quanitfier
Michael Amish was born in Franklin, TN and moved around the country growing up in such places as Chicago, Milwaukee (go Brewers!), Seattle (go Seahawks!) and finally arriving for his formative years in Tarpon Springs, FL. He graduated with a BA in American Studies from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Growing weary of studies, Michael decided to walk off college and completed a 2,165 mile southbound thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in 5.5 months. He has since worked for several national organizations with strong missions of education and sustainability including Outward Bound and Planned Parenthood- where he served as Education Director of North Central Florida. Michael moved to Gainesville in 1997 to continue another constant path in his life- music.
Michael’s passion and respect for both the environment and community education ultimately came together in 2007 when he co-founded INDIGOGreen with owner, Liberty Phoenix with a mission to bring more sustainable building solutions to the swampy place he has come to love- North Central Florida.
Michael is also co-founder of CREx (Carbon Reduction and Energy Exchange), an initiative of the 501(c)(3) non-profit Earth Givers which seeks to reduce the carbon emissions generated from touring musicians, festivals and other creative endeavors with education and locally-produced offsets.
Michael has previously served on Alachua County’s Environmental Protection Advisory Committee (EPAC) and currently sits on Gainesville’s Community Redevelopment Agency’s Downtown Redevelopment Board, and is the board president for the 501(c)(3) non profit Sustainable Alachua County. Michael is married to Ladybird Salon owner Ann Marie and shares two wonderful children with her: Zander (5) and Ava Magnolia (3). His other pursuits include composing music, hiking
INDIGOGreen is the regions’ largest green building supplier and showroom as well as the communities’ sustainable living resource. Founded in the summer of 2007, INDIGOGreen was much more than a desire to bring sustainable building products to North Central Florida, it was a commitment to our planet, our community, our families, and ourselves to live smarter. To make that commitment a reality, INDIGOGreen’s doors were swung wide open to Gainesville and the surrounding swampland to help make a positive environmental change as a business and to consider in ethical terms, what we purchase, how we build our homes, and what we put inside them. The process was complex, but the idea was simple: create a place that our community can go to learn about topics of sustainability while at the same time making time-tested, green products available that are healthier for us and our planet.
We have a network/partner base of LEED AP's, LEED Ga's, interiror designers and project mangers. We are a turn key operation to take any project from concept to completion.