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ReWild Rally Makes The News

Thank you to our ReWild Coalition and all of our supporters who came out to Tuesday’s ReWild Rally at City Hall, and who joined us to tell the City to fund wetland restoration in the Mission Bay area! After the rally, we had many supporters attend the City Council meeting, with 8 people making public […]

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ReWild In The News

KPBS discussed the future of De Anza Point this week, in another article on Campland’s permit to clean up and remove the dilapidated mobile homes from the area. They featured ReWild and the City’s 700 acre wetland restoration commitment. Check out the article here!

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Environment News

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 fresh, new Climate Action Plan. There are a lot of much needed strategies in the plan that will lower our […]

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Community Environment News

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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Environment News

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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Now Get To Work, Campland

When the City postponed tidal wetland habitat restoration in the summer of 2019 and allowed the existing development to continue in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, deferring but not defeating ReWild, the Campland organization estimated 24 months to complete all the proposed De Anza changes in their 4-year lease. Now, nearly 3 years later, […]

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ReWild Updates: Welcome to our Newest Coalition Member!

Support for ReWild continues to grow! This month, the League of Women Voters of San Diego joined the ReWild coalition, bringing the Coalition to a total of 66 member groups. The League of Women Voters have been supporting informed and active participation in governmental affairs and policy change in San Diego since 1936. We’re excited […]

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Actions Environment News

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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ReWild Spotlight

Our partner at the American Academy of Pediatrics (California Chapter 3), Dr. Vi Nguyen, was recently featured on KPBS to talk about an upcoming exhibit at The Studio Door in Hillcrest: #WeBorrowTheEarthFromOurChildren. It’s a youth art exhibit featuring K-12 art on climate change, supplemented by professional work. It has a preview night tomorrow, April 7 […]

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ReWild Updates

Thank you to everyone that put in some time to comment on the City’s De Anza Natural plan in mid-February. The fact that the City has planned for wetland restoration in De Anza Cove—for the first time since it was carved out of Rose Creek’s wetland floodplain decades ago—shows that our research, outreach and hard […]