Three regulatory agencies have recommended adoption of the Wildest alternative, which will help the city reach its Climate Action Plan goals.
Three letters to the city from three different agencies commenting on the De Anza Natural plan mirror and even expand on several of our concerns. All agree Wildest is best.
We applaud the city’s De Anza Natural plan as a positive step forward, but Wildest-level acreage of restored habitats and prioritization of wetland restoration remains the best long-term plan for the city.
Join us at Paradise Point Resort on Vacation Rd. this Tuesday at 6 p.m. as the city presents its De Anza Natural restoration proposal. Got a ReWild shirt? Wear it.
With Wildest, ReWild Mission Bay has demonstrated the opportunity to restore and improve Mission Bay Park into a world-class ecological, educational, and recreational asset.
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]