Our executive director, Elizabeth Dry, is in the news!

Read the article that appeared in the Dallas Morning News on June 4, 2015: Retiring teacher plans to focus on Promise of Peace, a community garden nonprofit http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/white-rock-east-dallas/headlines/20150604-retiring-teacher-plans-to-focus-on-promice-of-peace-a-community-garden-nonprofit.ece Photo credit: Daniel Murray

Rainbow on a Plate

Learn more about Elizabeth Dry, Executive Director of Promise of Peace Garden and veteran teacher. Read the Rainbow on a Plate article in the spring edition of Edible Dallas & Fort Worth (pages 12-14) about the work she is doing in her classroom: http://onlinedigeditions.com/publication/?i=197623 Also check out the Cauliflower Pizza Read more…

Please vote for Promise of Peace

POP was nominated for the Memnosyne Institute Green Source DFW Sustainable Leadership Award! Please follow the link to vote for us and other great community leaders. We’re on the 4th page of voting, so please complete the entire voting process! Memnosyne Institute invites you to vote for leaders in the Read more…

SMU Mustang Heros

POP is honored to be one of three projects that the SMU Mustang Heroes will support this year. Look for these incredible student volunteers as they will be working in the garden on a weekly basis starting in September!