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Love Your Wetlands Day a Success

A huge thank you to everyone who stopped by Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve on Saturday for our annual Love Your Wetlands Day celebration! This was our best-attended Love Your Wetlands Day ever, and shows the growing appreciation for how important our coastal wetlands are, and how much we need to prioritize their restoration. Hundreds of people […]

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ReWild Represents at the City Scoping Meeting!

We asked for some help making the point that wetland restoration was what the City should be emphasizing and analyzing in their De Anza plan–and you all activated! We kept them listening for over 2 hours! The vast majority of spoken and written comments were in support of our work and our efforts and our […]

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City Releases New Land Use Plan for the ReWild Area of Mission Bay

The City of San Diego released an updated Notice Of Preparation for its ongoing De Anza Revitalization Planning process this morning. The information can be accessed at the City’s De Anza Cove Amendment website. This comes 14 months after the ReWild Coalition supported the City’s proposal at the Regional Water Quality Control Board to access […]

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Environment News

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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Community News

ReWild’s Local Support Continues To Grow

These past two weeks have been a great reminder of how big the momentum to ReWild Mission Bay has grown! Urban Corps and St. Dunstan’s Church just joined our ReWild Coalition, bringing us well beyond 60-member organizations and businesses. A wonderful program at La Jolla High School and Riford Library gave local student Nicole Nunes […]

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San Diego Releases Draft of 2021 Climate Action Plan

An article in the Voice of San Diego this week covers the proposed 2021 Climate Action Plan for San Diego, and how Mayor Todd Gloria intends to reach net zero emissions by 2035. Promises include transitioning buildings to run on electricity rather than gas. The article also mentions a new target of this plan: to […]

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ReWild In The News

ReWild Mission Bay has been in the news a lot recently. Here’s a rundown of some of the exciting stories we’ve been a part of. Dr. Ben, from the SD Pediatricians for Clean Air, just posted this blogpost Saving Our Wetlands: A Climate Solution To Improve Community Health on Climate for Health, highlighting the mental […]

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Environment News

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 […]

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Environment News

We Must Protect and Bring Back California’s Coastal ‘Blue Carbon’ Areas

California is famous for beaches and craggy shorelines that draw visitors from around the world and fuel local economies. The coastal wetlands, seagrass meadows and kelp forests that also dot our coastline are perhaps less famous but are equally vital to our state. These aquatic gardens provide food and shelter for fish and birds, improve water […]

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Surfrider: Heavy fines will help keep California beaches public

The public should be celebrating the California Coastal Commission’s decision to fine the Campland on the Bay and Mission Bay RV Resort park owner for illegally blocking beach access. Even though privatizing California’s public beaches is illegal, the unfortunate truth is that coastal property owners will always attempt to limit beach access. Read more here.