ReWild Mission Bay es un proyecto de la Sociedad Audubon de San Diego y estamos trabajando con la comunidad para mejorar y restaurar los humedales en Kendall-Frost Marsh.
Tag: De Anza Natural
The city needs to demonstrate how they plan to restore 315 acres of mudflats to upland habitat.
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.
Thank you to everyone that put in some time to comment on the City’s De Anza Natural plan in mid-February. The fact that the City has planned for wetland restoration in De Anza Cove—for the first time since it was carved out of Rose Creek’s wetland floodplain decades ago—shows that our research, outreach and hard […]
We asked for some help making the point that wetland restoration was what the City should be emphasizing and analyzing in their De Anza plan–and you all activated! We kept them listening for over 2 hours! The vast majority of spoken and written comments were in support of our work and our efforts and our […]
De Anza Scoping Meeting Is Here!
This upcoming Monday, January 24 from 4:00 – 5:30pm, the city is holding a scoping meeting via zoom to hear feedback from the public. Be sure to join the meeting and let the city know your thoughts! Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81149830815?pwd=SVZmOEUxSzFoc2dpV3VMTmZlYWVPdz09Meeting ID: 811 4983 0815 Passcode: 515128 Here are some comments the City needs to hear […]
The City of San Diego released an updated Notice Of Preparation for its ongoing De Anza Revitalization Planning process this morning. The information can be accessed at the City’s De Anza Cove Amendment website. This comes 14 months after the ReWild Coalition supported the City’s proposal at the Regional Water Quality Control Board to access […]