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Request for Proposals

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, […]

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Who’s Thankful for our Natural Infrastructure?

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 […]

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ReWild In The News

KPBS discussed the future of De Anza Point this week, in another article on Campland’s permit to clean up and remove the dilapidated mobile homes from the area. They featured ReWild and the City’s 700 acre wetland restoration commitment. Check out the article here!

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KPBS Interview Helps Outline the Coalition’s Goals and the Need for Restoration in Our Mission Bay Park

Check out this KPBS interview that aired this week on the removal of dilapidated mobile homes from De Anza Point, and the much needed marshland restoration to follow. The interview helps to outline our ReWild Coalition’s goals for a greater audience, and highlights our need for restoration in Mission Bay!

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ReWild Updates: Welcome to our Newest Coalition Member!

Support for ReWild continues to grow! This month, the League of Women Voters of San Diego joined the ReWild coalition, bringing the Coalition to a total of 66 member groups. The League of Women Voters have been supporting informed and active participation in governmental affairs and policy change in San Diego since 1936. We’re excited […]

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City of San Diego Passes Proclamation Declaring Native Plant Week

Thank you to Councilmember Vivian Moreno, Councilmember Joe LaCava, and Mayor Todd Gloria for passing a Proclamation Declaring Native Plant Week in the city of San Diego! Native plants are good for birds and people. And, as the City themselves said, native plants help protect our water quality and increase “the resilience of our coastal […]

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We Need Your Support for ReWild This Wednesday

Last October we helped the City of San Diego acquire the funding and directive needed to create a new land use plan for the ReWild area of concern, with many of the same goals as our Wildest wetlands restoration proposal. Throughout our effort to restore native wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, we’ve emphasized the benefit of […]

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Note to Our ReWild Coalition Allies and Supporters

We wanted to say thank you again for joining us at San Diego City Hall on Monday for the council vote on new RV camping leases in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. We also want to say thank you again to all of our amazing coalition supporters, including Citizens Coordinate for Century III (C3), […]

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ReWild Mission Bay Media Round-Up

We’ve compiled active news and related media links that mention or feature the ReWild Mission Bay campaign over the last several weeks. Despite some good reporting our friends at KUSI have, regrettably, yet to make their recent stories and packages on the ReWild Mission Bay effort available on-line. TV and Radio: San Diego City Council […]

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ReWild Coalition Remains Strong, Despite Short-Sighted Council Vote

Sometimes you put your best foot forward, and you still don’t get the result you want. Unfortunately, that’s what happened on Monday at City Hall, as San Diego City Council voted to approve new and extended Campland leases by a 6-3 vote. The new leases will take effect July 1, sidelining wetland restoration in Mission […]