Thank you to all our supporters who joined us May 4th at Mission Bay High School for the discussion with Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C3) on the future of Mission Bay and the ReWild campaign. Thank you for wearing your ReWild shirts and being part of the conversation! We have another opportunity for you […]
Things are moving quickly as our ReWild campaign for Mission Bay ramps up. As indicated in Thursday’s e-mail, we need to turn community members and stakeholders out in force for tomorrow’s Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C3) topic discussion on ReWild, which will be held at the Mission Bay High School library from 1 to […]
Return of the Least Terns
Mission Bay nesting sites are prepped and awaiting the endangered California Least Tern’s arrival from its overwintering grounds down south. Thousands of volunteer hours have been spent this year restoring their nesting sites to help them have a successful season. Thanks so much for the blood, sweat, and tears of the hundreds of volunteers that […]
The City just announced their first public meeting about their 10-year Mission Bay Park Improvement Fund PEIR. It was announced yesterday and the meeting is next Tuesday, 3/5, at 6:15pm at Mission Bay High School (a familiar setting for us!). The meeting particulars from their announcement are below, with a link to RSVP and a […]
Calling All ReWild Shirts!
We need YOU, in your ReWild T-shirt and hat, to stand up for the wetlands and wildlife that mean so much to our communities and show a proactive vision for Mission Bay. On November 14th the Pacific Beach Town Council is hosting ReWild and several other organizations, including Campland, at their November meeting. We’ll get […]
Public comments due July 11!
Weren’t able to join the crowds of ReWild supporters on June 20th to stand up for wetlands? Have more to say to the City? You still have time to make your voice heard! Written comments on the City of San Diego’s NOP (Notice of Preparation) of a Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for their flawed De Anza plans are […]
Urgent update: the fight continues!
Protect wetlands from bad development: Speak up Wednesday, June 20th from 5-7pm at MB High School! The City is hosting a public meeting next week to push their flawed De Anza plan forward, and we need wetlands supporters like YOU to tell them that wetlands matter. Over the past few months ReWild team has been […]
Please mark your calendars for the Mission Bay Planning Committee Meeting to support wetland restoration Tuesday, November 7th 6pm Mission Bay High School We know climate change is real. We are already seeing its impacts around our nation. Earlier this summer we saw the damage of climate change-fueled hurricanes, which we know wetlands help protect […]
De Anza feedback ends today!
Today is the LAST CHANCE to comment on the City’s misguided plans for “revitalizing” Mission Bay. Don’t miss your opportunity to protect wetlands in Mission Bay. To participate in the City’s “online engagement” activity (takes about ten minutes to complete), go here. Or: If the above link doesn’t work, you can send your comments directly […]
11/29/16 Update: You can email your comments directly to the City via email@example.com, if you don’t want to participate in their full online engagement activity here. For suggestions on what to say, keep scrolling. The City of San Diego has a once in a lifetime chance to protect wetlands in Mission Bay when they “revitalize” De Anza […]