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Clairemont Town Council Endorses “Wildest” Option

Great news as the Clairemont Town Council has endorsed ReWild Mission Bay’s “Wildest” option for wetland restoration in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. Citing a loss of native wetland habitat and the expected sea level rise by 2100, the Clairemont Town Council noted in their Sept. 17 letter to San Diego City Council that […]

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ReWilding Mission Bay Will Restore a Wildly Beautiful Resource

By John Heatherington I was fortunate to have been born in San Diego, and raised on the eastern shoreline of Mission Bay. When I was a child, east Mission Bay appeared to me as a vast, wildly beautiful salt marsh. Millions of birds of every description seemed to fill the sky, from tiny terns to […]

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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 […]

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Support ReWild at the Mission Bay Park Committee on June 4th

A few weeks ago we said we were arriving at a point where votes would be cast and decisions made about our bay and our park. That time is now. Let city officials know you support ReWild Mission Bay – and that you oppose backroom deals.  We need you this Tuesday, June 4, at 6 […]