As we approach the critical date of December 7th for the Planning Commission’s decision on the City of San Diego’s draft De Anza Natural Plan, your involvement has never been more crucial. This is a pivotal moment for the future of Mission Bay, and your voice can make a significant impact. Here’s How You Can […]
As we move closer to our goal of restoring the wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, we want to pause and extend our heartfelt gratitude to our existing coalition members while welcoming new additions to our growing family. Our coalition has proudly grown to encompass 90 diverse members, including key conservation organizations, labor […]
By John Heatherington Heatherington is a volunteer for the Environmental Center of San Diego and is on the Board of Directors of The Chaparral Lands Conservancy. He is retired and lives in Rancho Bernardo. Originally Published in the San Diego Union-Tribune De Anza Cove is in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. If you are not […]
As the proprietor of a fly fishing company, ensuring the water of Mission Bay is clean and healthy for fish and other marine habitat is critical to my livelihood. The fish that I make my livelihood from are tied to the surviving wetland habitat we have in Mission Bay; either they’re born there and leave when they’re big enough, or they eat the fish that are born there.
Just a quick update on what has been happening with the planning for more wetlands in Mission Bay! We have heard from our friends at the city that the long-awaited De Anza Cove Natural Plan (Programmatic EIR) is being finalized and will be presented to the Planning Commission in December. We attended the previous Planning […]
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Living Coast Discovery Center, the City of San Diego and San Diego Audubon Society got to spend their morning introducing captive-bred Ridgway’s Rails to the marsh on Tuesday.
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.