After three and a half years of research and development, four public workshops, dozens of working group meetings, and considerable… Read more ReWild Mission Bay in full swing- final report soon to come!
Our annual Love Your Wetlands Day on Saturday, February 10th was a huge hit! Over 175 members of the public were in… Read more Love Your Wetlands Day 2018: A huge success!
City of San Diego presented two shortsighted draft plans that fail to address sea level rise in Mission Bay Mission… Read more Yesterday’s Decision Advances Misguided De Anza Revitalization Plans
RSVP here. We need YOU to show up for ReWild Mission Bay at the MB Park Committee: Tuesday, December… Read more It’s on! City reschedules canceled De Anza meeting and we need you there
Please mark your calendars for the Mission Bay Planning Committee Meeting to support wetland restoration Tuesday, November 7th 6pm… Read more City to move flawed De Anza plans forward, November 7th at 6pm
Hi there ReWild community, Just a quick update about what’s going on behind the scenes: Earlier this summer, San Diego… Read more 8/31/17 Project update
Residents ask for more habitat restoration to safeguard environment and communities Misguided priorities for De Anza cove impacts simultaneous effort… Read more San Diego Audubon Says City’s Plans for De Anza Cove Won’t Protect the Future of Mission Bay
By Kelsey Wadman, San Diego Audubon THANK YOU to the huge crowd of ReWild and Audubon supporters who came out… Read more Field report: City plans for De Anza focus on shortsighted priorities; missing long term wetlands protection in Mission Bay
San Diego Audubon’s director of conservation, Rebecca Schwartz Lesberg, looks over Kendall-Frost Marsh on the north side of Mission Bay.… Read more LA Times: Little-known Mission Bay marsh could be key to fight against San Diego’s rising sea levels
Tonight, ReWild Mission Bay revealed its draft final three options for restoration for the North East corner of Mission Bay. Based on… Read more Just released: draft final alternatives