On this final day to submit remarks to the city on the draft EIR for the De Anza Natural proposal, we wanted to share some of ReWild’s media following our press event and rally at Mission Bay Park.
Submit your comments ahead of the April 20th deadline to let the city know we need the maximum possible acres of Wildest-scale wetland restoration.
The city needs to demonstrate how they plan to restore 315 acres of mudflats to upland habitat.
With Wildest, ReWild Mission Bay has demonstrated the opportunity to restore and improve Mission Bay Park into a world-class ecological, educational, and recreational asset.
Join our friends with San Diego Audubon and the UC San Diego Natural Reserve System to “Wander the Wetlands” at Kendall-Frost.
Additional wetland acreage will make Kendall-Frost Marsh healthier and enhance wildlife habitat, and according to UCSD data will have a positive financial impact on the city.
San Diegans’ interest in the preservation and restoration of wetland ecosystems and accessible public lands like Mission Bay is clear.
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers about this year’s Love your Wetlands Day. Let’s get started
Environment Committee chair issues proclamation declaring Saturday, Feb. 4th, to be Love Your Wetlands Day in the City of San Diego.
As we head into this year’s Love Your Wetlands Day, a new video debuts highlighting the ReWild campaign.