Join ReWild Mission Bay and Stand for Clean Water, Wildlife and Wetlands.

Thursday, Oct. 24
7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Breakfast Dialogue on the Revitalization of Mission Bay Park
Presented by Citizens Coordinate for Century III
House of Hospitality at Balboa Park
1549 El Prado, Suite 1
San Diego, California 92101

Earlier this year, Citizens Coordinate for Century III (C-3) asked its members for input on a land use plan proposal that would ensure meaningful restoration of native wetlands at De Anza Cove in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, and incorporate the “Wildest” wetland restoration as a baseline for mapping out a comprehensive reimagining of facilities in the northeast corner of Mission Bay Park.

Join C-3 for their October Breakfast Dialogue on Mission Bay on Thursday, Oct. 24, beginning at 7 a.m. as attendees are invited to provide feedback on the C-3 land use plan.

Guests include David McCullough of McCullough Landscape Architecture, Inc.; Ben McCue with Outdoor Outreach, and Andrew Meyer with the San Diego Audubon Society and ReWild Mission Bay. ReWild campaign coordinator Tommy Hough will moderate the event.

C-3 events require registration and membership in the organization to attend, or you may make a one-time payment at the door.

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San Diego Audubon welcomes your involvement as we work to improve our community’s wetlands and build a healthier bay for our native plants, wildlife, and neighborhoods.