Learn about Mission Bay’s history from the prehistoric to the modern era, and how ReWild is working to restore its natural areas.
Nearly 30 years ago the City of San Diego identified Mission Bay as a resotration priority. ReWild’s Wildest plan would restore ecological balance and increase public access.
The wetland areas in Mission Bay are vitally important, as wetlands like the Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve provide wildlife and humans with critical services that can’t be replicated by other land types. Learn why wetlands are so important to us here in San Diego.
Increasing development surrounding Kendall-Frost Marsh poses a risk to San Diego’s ability to adapt to rising sea levels.
For decades, development in Mission Bay has degraded San Diego’s natural resources around Rose Creek. The ReWild “Wildest” proposal will reverse this trend through wetland restoration.
San Diego’s indigenous people, the Kumeyaay, inhabited the Mission Bay area for years before they were pushed off their traditional lands. With their presence, community, and partnership, we have the opportunity to salvage and restore a small portion of the original wetland in Mission Bay and revitalize historic Native American land.