Nearly 30 years ago the City of San Diego identified Mission Bay as a resotration priority. ReWild’s Wildest plan would restore ecological balance and increase public access.
Thank you for making comments via e-mail and at a variety of community meetings over the last month in support of maximum wetland restoration. Once again, you’re making an impact.
Huge thanks to Audubon California for stepping up and creating a page to quickly send a pre-formatted letter to the city. Get your comments in by Thursday. Links and additional talking points are in this article.
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.
Submit your comments ahead of the April 20th deadline to let the city know we need the maximum possible acres of Wildest-scale wetland restoration.
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.
The city needs to demonstrate how they plan to restore 315 acres of mudflats to upland habitat.
Removal of the mobile homes at De Anza puts San Diego one step closer to real wetland restoration. It’s good news – but it’s also about time.
San Diego Audubon is releasing a request for proposal for a targeted review of the City of San Diego’s forthcoming De Anza land use draft environmental impact report. You can download the RFP here, which includes some background information, a description of what we’re looking for, a list of how the proposals will be assessed, […]
We hope that you get some quality time with your friends and family this week. We should all be thankful for the water filtration and resilience work that tidal wetlands are doing for us all the time—24 hours a day! Places like Kendall-Frost Marsh filter our storm water and soak up our King Tides (next […]