Mission Bay started its life as a 4,500 acre estuary complex at the mouth of the San Diego River. In… Read more “Changing values”: The environmental imperative in Mission Bay’s most recent Master Plan
Our project teams spent the past few months reviewing public input, working with stakeholders, and gathering scientific feedback on the… Read more Project update! Draft final wetlands plans to be released April 25th
Today is the LAST CHANCE to comment on the City’s misguided plans for “revitalizing” Mission Bay. Don’t miss your opportunity… Read more De Anza feedback ends today!
11/29/16 Update: You can email your comments directly to the City via firstname.lastname@example.org, if you don’t want to participate in their… Read more Update: City plans for De Anza Point do not protect wetlands
Tell the City that wetlands matter! The City of San Diego has a chance to restore habitat for wildlife, protect… Read more Join us: Nov 7th City Meeting
Earlier this year, we held two public workshops to gather ideas for how we can restore wetlands in northeast Mission… Read more Just released: Initial draft restoration alternatives!
Curious what ReWild Mission Bay is all about? Take a look: Thank you to Jordan Beane for this wonderful video!… Read more ReWild Mission Bay: This is our chance.
The ReWild Mission Bay team will have a booth at this year’s Coastal Cleanup Day, hosted by our friends at… Read more Join us at Coastal Clean Up Day 2016!
Our report from Workshop #2 (held June 14, 2016) is available under “Resources“. You can download meeting materials, comment cards, and a summary… Read more Workshop #2 Report now available!
About a year into the ReWild Mission Bay Feasibility Study, the City of San Diego launched the De Anza Revitalization… Read more Curious about the De Anza Revitalization Plan?