“What are all those little brown huts out there?” is a common question overheard when walking or biking past the beautiful marsh nestled within Crown Point. The answer lies with a reclusive rusty-brown bird only found in saltmarsh habitats: the Ridgway’s Rail. Named for their thin legs, Rails make their homes out of cordgrass, if […]
Today is the last day to apply for the City of San Diego’s Climate Advisory and Resiliency Advisory Boards. Councilmember Joe LaCava created these two new boards to increase public participation in the Climate Action Plan and Resilient SD Plan. It would be invaluable to the ReWild mission to have some of our members on these boards reminding decision makers that […]
The city’s Parks and Recreation Board will consider approval of the De Anza Natural restoration plan Thursday the 20th from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Balboa Park Club Ballroom. It’s listed as Item 103 on the agenda.
Join us July 11th at 6 p.m. to support Wildest-level restoration at the Mission Bay Park Committee, and be sure to wear your ReWild Mission Bay shirt.
Three regulatory agencies have recommended adoption of the Wildest alternative, which will help the city reach its Climate Action Plan goals.
Join us this Thursday the 6th for another “final” De Anza ad hoc Committee meeting and help make the case for Wildest-scale wetland restoration.
We’re asking for your support at Tuesday’s final De Anza Natural ad hoc Committee meeting to support two ReWild Coalition members as they make presentations.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 20, 2023 SAN DIEGO – While recreation users and environmental advocates have been portrayed as being in conflict over the future of Mission Bay restoration, recreation and environmental advocates are in broad agreement on each other’s concerns and goals, and seek to facilitate mandates set out by the City of San […]
It’s imperative that ad hoc committee members see engaged ReWild supporters in attendance and making remarks at meetings this Tuesday and next.
Three letters to the city from three different agencies commenting on the De Anza Natural plan mirror and even expand on several of our concerns. All agree Wildest is best.