Categories
Uncategorized

Coastal Commission supports the importance of public access and preserves the roadmap for publicly-accessible wetland restoration in the ReWild area

At their Thursday meeting, the Coastal Commission strongly supported the right of the public to access our shared shoreline, penalizing the company running two RV campgrounds in the northeast corner of Mission Bay for blocking public access in several ways for many years. The Coastal Commission required the company to pay a $250,000 fine and […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Reconnecting the People, Plants and Animals of the Kendall-Frost Marsh with an Exciting New Grant

San Diego Audubon, in partnership with Native Like Water, Renascence, the UC Natural Reserve System, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, have been awarded a Honda Marine Sciences Foundation grant to bring conversations with Kumeyaay leaders to the center of our access advocacy in the northeast corner of Mission Bay.  This grant will help […]

Categories
Uncategorized

A Familiar Face Pays Our Wetlands Working Group a Visit

The second half of our virtual monthly Wetlands Working Group meeting on July 22nd had a special guest joining us in the form of the Honorable Todd Gloria, Mayor of the City San Diego, along with Randy Wilde, who now serves as senior policy advisor to the mayor. No stranger to the ReWild Mission Bay […]

Categories
Uncategorized

We Need Your Voice at City Hall This Thursday

Perhaps you saw ReWild Mission Bay campaign director Andrew Meyer speaking with the San Diego Green New Deal coalition on Monday, as the coalition called on the City of San Diego to make key improvements to its upcoming Climate Action Plan update. Andrew and the ReWild team also need your support this Thursday, July 15, at 1 p.m. at the July […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Update on De Anza Permits and Enforcement Actions

In mid-May, the Coastal Commission was set to review Campland’s coastal development permit for redevelopment at De Anza Point, a process which we believed needed revisions due to its lack of environmental analysis and water quality protection measures, and potential to preclude planning efforts in the area. The Coastal Commission staff included eight recommendations in their report, […]

Categories
Uncategorized

We Need Your Support for ReWild This Wednesday

Last October we helped the City of San Diego acquire the funding and directive needed to create a new land use plan for the ReWild area of concern, with many of the same goals as our Wildest wetlands restoration proposal. Throughout our effort to restore native wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, we’ve emphasized the benefit of […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Support ReWild Before the California Coastal Commission on Friday

We need your help at the upcoming California Coastal Commission meeting this Friday morning, April 16, at 9 a.m. To speak in support of our ReWild concerns, you’ll need to fill out a speaker form and submit it by the close of business today (Thursday) at 5 p.m. Please be aware, because we need you to comment on an item […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Webinar Highlights Similar, and Successful, ReWilding Effort in Santa Barbara County

ReWild Mission Bay, in conjunction with the UC San Diego Natural Reserve System, Citizens Coordinate for Century III (C3), and the San Diego Audubon Society (SDAS), presented a webinar this past Tuesday, Feb. 9, that detailed a successful “rewilding” project on the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) campus, in which a disused oceanside golf course along […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Webinar: The Restoration of Native Habitat and ReWilding of Devereux Creek

Thanks to the UC Natural Reserve System, Citizens Coordinate for Century III (C3), and the San Diego Audubon Society for partnering with ReWild Mission Bay for the first of our two Love Your Wetlands Day webinars this month, as we welcomed Dr. Lisa Stratton, director of ecosystem management with the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration […]

Categories
Uncategorized

The Future is Now: King Tides and Climate Resiliency Webinar

Register now to join ReWild Mission Bay and San Diego Audubon for our next Love Your Wetlands Day webinar this Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 6:30 p.m. as we debut “The Future is Now,” a new video from the California King Tides Project on the impacts of king tides on the California coast over the last several years, […]