Categories
Uncategorized

Support the SEP at the Regional Water Quality Control Board

Tomorrow is a big day for the ReWild Mission Bay campaign as the Supplemental Environmental Project, or SEP, featuring the Wildest wetland restoration proposal goes before the Regional Water Quality Control Board. The meeting will come to order at 9 a.m. We hope you can join us and make remarks to the board in support of […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Statement on San Diego City Council Vote to Approve New and Expanded Campland Leases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2019 San Diego, Calif.  –  In a 6-3 vote, San Diego City Council voted to approve two new leases for Campland, an RV camping vendor that leases public property in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, despite persistent concerns about water quality, climate resiliency, transparency, accountability, and the necessity of […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Extending Camping Lease Will Needlessly Delay Restoration of Mission Bay

By Mike Laude The ocean drew us, almost 40 years ago, to San Diego. And every year, millions come to San Diego for the same reason we did. Clean water and the abundance of sea life is the lifeblood of San Diego, and the engine of our economy. Like most people who spend a good […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Climate Action Campaign and San Diego Coastkeeper Join Chorus of Opposition to Leases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 21, 2019 San Diego, Calif.  –  Two San Diego-based environmental organizations, San Diego Coastkeeper and Climate Action Campaign, have signed onto the ReWild Mission Bay letter of opposition to a pair of proposed leases for Campland On the Bay in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. Approval of the leases will […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Statement on Land Use and Housing Committee Recommendations for Lease Approvals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2019 San Diego, Calif.  –  Members of the ReWild Mission Bay coalition continue to note their disappointment with the City of San Diego’s Land Use and Housing Committee recommendation to extend the lease of the current Campland site in the northeast corner of Mission Bay by five years, thereby precluding […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Restore Native Wetlands and Reject Short-Term Fixes

By Jim Peugh The last several years have seen a deluge of news about infrastructure in San Diego. Whether it’s the future of the stadium site in Mission Valley, the extension of the San Diego Trolley blue line to UCSD, or the push among urbanists to revolutionize housing in our city, refining our development footprint […]

Categories
Uncategorized

De Anza Point is the Key to ReWilding Mission Bay

As you might have seen in Jim Peugh’s piece in Times of San Diego this weekend, ReWild Mission Bay’s feasibility study demonstrates that a plan to increase the volume of wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay is not only feasible, but is the most cost-effective option for the city when sea level rise and […]