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Joaquin Phoenix's Vegan Sis Has A Green Store In Florida

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Liberty Lord Phoenix, sister of actor Joaquin Phoenix, has recently celebrated the second anniversary of the opening of her eco-friendly store Indigo Green Store. Located in Gainesville, Florida, the shop specializes in environmentally friendly and non-toxic building materials, home products and gift items. From the article,

“Both of my parents raised me vegan and have taught me to love and respect the Earth through not eating animals, recycling, organic gardening, conserving resources and doing all I can on a daily basis to help reduce my impact,” she said.

According to the Vegetarian Star, Liberty did take a stab at acting back in the early 80s with flicks like Kate’s Secret and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers to her name. Obviously though, she’s found a calling in selling green products and we’re psyched that her store is doing well. To take a look at their online catalog, jump here.

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