11/30/16 Update: City extends comment period to Dec 8 for commenting on De Anza plans.
The City of San Diego has a once in a lifetime chance to protect wetlands in Mission Bay but their plans do little to safeguard the future of Mission Bay’s natural resources.
From now until December 8th, the City is accepting online comments on their three draft plans for De Anza Point.
For more information about the City’s efforts at De Anza Point and how they impact ReWild Mission Bay, go here.
Curious what ReWild Mission Bay is all about? Take a look:
ReWild Mission Bay is a project of San Diego Audubon and our partners to enhance and restore up to 170 acres of wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, creating opportunity for wildlife to thrive and San Diegans to enjoy nature in their own backyard. Wetlands keep our communities beautiful, supply habitat for local wildlife and provide clean water for us. Wetlands let us experience San Diego to the fullest.
The multi-year project involves many steps. First, we will work with a variety of stakeholders, partners, businesses and community members to collect input and develop three potential plans for restoring Mission Bay wetlands. Explore this site to learn more about the process, ask questions and get involved in enhancing and restoring this piece of our Mission Bay.
Video produced by Jordan Beane.