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Councilmember Joe LaCava Proclaims Love Your Wetlands Day

Environment Committee chair issues proclamation declaring Saturday, Feb. 4th, to be Love Your Wetlands Day in the City of San Diego.

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ReWild Mission Bay Rolls Out New Campaign Video

As we head into this year’s Love Your Wetlands Day, a new video debuts highlighting the ReWild campaign.

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Blue Carbon Research from Scripps

Check out this new story from Scripps Institution of Oceanography on collecting sediment core samples from wetlands and mangrove ecosystems, to learn more about carbon storage. The ReWild area of Mission Bay is part of the cutting edge research needed to understand and foster carbon sequestration. Tidal wetlands are one of the most efficient habitats […]

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San Diego Union-Tribune Highlights Importance of Wetlands

ReWild Mission Bay—we need it for Climate Action! Today’s Union-Tribune has a great article on the habitat benefits that will come from the City’s commitment to 700 acres of restored tidal wetland in the most recent version of the City of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan. There are a lot of much needed strategies in […]

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City passes new Climate Action Plan

On Tuesday, August 2nd, the City Council met to review and adopt the City of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan. The City passed the new CAP with the commitment to restore 700 acres of tidal wetlands! Thank you to all ReWild supporters for writing and calling in about this Climate Action Plan, it’s thanks to […]

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ReWild Needs Your Help

Tomorrow, August 2nd, City Council will be meeting to review and adopt the City of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan Update. This special session of City Council will begin at 2 PM, and the Climate Action Plan Update is agenda item 330. You can find the full agenda here. There are a few ways to […]

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KPBS Interview Helps Outline the Coalition’s Goals and the Need for Restoration in Our Mission Bay Park

Check out this KPBS interview that aired this week on the removal of dilapidated mobile homes from De Anza Point, and the much needed marshland restoration to follow. The interview helps to outline our ReWild Coalition’s goals for a greater audience, and highlights our need for restoration in Mission Bay!

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City of San Diego Passes Proclamation Declaring Native Plant Week

Thank you to Councilmember Vivian Moreno, Councilmember Joe LaCava, and Mayor Todd Gloria for passing a Proclamation Declaring Native Plant Week in the city of San Diego! Native plants are good for birds and people. And, as the City themselves said, native plants help protect our water quality and increase “the resilience of our coastal […]

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King Tides

Our King Tides are all along our coast today! Spectrum News reported on our local King Tides, and the preview they offer of future sea level rise. Check out the tides and see with your own eyes what the new normal could be for birds and all of us by visiting your favorite coastline birding […]

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Orange Co. Oil Spill Highlights Critical Need for Restoration of Tidal Salt Marshes at Mission Bay

The news about the oil spill that began last Saturday, Oct. 2nd, in Orange County continues to be grim. So far it’s resulted in up to 144,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into the waters off Huntington Beach, making it the worst offshore oil spill in California in at least 30 years. One of our […]