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Join us at Coastal Clean Up Day 2016!

The ReWild Mission Bay team will have a booth at this year’s Coastal Cleanup Day, hosted by our friends at I Love a Clean San Diego. We will be at the De Anza Cove kick off site from 8am-12pm. Come chat with us about this exciting project and be one of the first to buy […]

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Workshop #2 Report now available!

Our report from Workshop #2 (held June 14, 2016) is available under “Resources“. You can download meeting materials, comment cards, and a summary of the results (including key themes that emerged from the discussion). Our next workshop will be in early Fall. Sign up to be notified when a date is set.

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Curious about the De Anza Revitalization Plan?

About a year into the ReWild Mission Bay Feasibility Study, the City of San Diego launched the De Anza Revitalization Plan to amend the Mission Bay Park Master Plan and decide once and for all what to do with De Anza Point. The ReWild project team and De Anza City planners have partnered closely together ever […]

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Fox5 San Diego: Restoring Wetlands in Mission Bay

By Jaime Chambers, originally aired 6/14/16 on Fox5 San Diego SAN DIEGO — The last residents of the De Anza Cove trailer park have been ordered out of their homes, and now city officials are trying to decide what to do with 170 acres of wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. The Audubon Society is vying for a […]

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Reminder: ReWild Public Workshop #2 tomorrow

Remember: ReWild Mission Bay Public Workshop #2 TOMORROW In March, dozens of San Diegans came out to our first workshop to tell us what Mission Bay means to them. And we listened. Now it’s time for us all to dig into the goals and objectives of this landmark effort. ReWild Mission Bay’s Public Workshop #2  June […]

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Now available: Meeting #1 Summary Report and Existing Conditions Report

Two additional reports are now available on the ReWild Mission Bay “Resources” section: Existing Conditions Report: This report investigates the following question: What are the current access, recreation, land forms, wildlife, water quality, and other conditions like in the ReWild Mission Bay Planning Area? These “existing conditions” (along with information gleaned from the Historical Ecology […]

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San Diego Union Tribune: Golf course could be environmental marvel

“Iconic Mission Bay course could be transformed as part of wetlands effort” by David Garrick, published on 4/2/16 by the San Diego Union Tribune SAN DIEGO — Mission Bay Golf Course, known for being the county’s only lighted course and the place where Tiger Woods won a Junior World title, might soon be on the […]

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CBS8 News: Rewilding project to restore Mission Bay Wetlands

By Richard Allyn, originally aired 3/16/16 on CBS8 San Diego   SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – A vision is coming together to help restore the wetlands of Mission Bay. The Rewilding Project would help bring back up to 170 acres of wetlands. Decades ago, Mission Bay originally boasted 4,000 acres of salt marsh at the […]

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ReWild MB’s Rebecca Schwartz profiled in the San Diego Union Tribune

“Back to the wild on Mission Bay” By Deborah Sullivan Brennan, published on 3/11/16 by the San Diego Union Tribune More than a century and a half ago, Mission Bay began its transformation from a wilderness of wetlands to the man-made recreation complex we know today. Rebecca Schwartz is working to coax a corner of […]

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Take a virtual tour of the existing marsh!

One of the long time volunteers from the Kendall Frost Marsh created this amazing virtual tour of Pacific Beach’s own backyard wetland using photos from our partners at the Friends of Mission Bay Marshes. Check it out by clicking below: Want to help protect this community resource? Join us at our March 16th ReWild Mission […]