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Webinar Highlights Similar, and Successful, ReWilding Effort in Santa Barbara County

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 […]

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Complete This Survey from Council President Campbell’s Office for ReWild

The arrival of 2021 finds a new Mayor of San Diego and a new session of San Diego City Council in place, and a number of area councilmembers are sending out surveys to their constituents to gather more information on the most pressing issues in their communities. Mission Bay and our ReWild Mission Bay effort is geographically located […]

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Statement on San Diego City Council Vote to Approve New and Expanded Campland Leases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2019 San Diego, Calif.  –  In a 6-3 vote, San Diego City Council voted to approve two new leases for Campland, an RV camping vendor that leases public property in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, despite persistent concerns about water quality, climate resiliency, transparency, accountability, and the necessity of […]

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San Diego Natural History Museum Letter Cites Water Quality and Loss of Wetlands

In a letter to Councilmember Jennifer Campbell (D-2) in support of the ReWild Mission Bay campaign, San Diego Natural History Museum president and CEO Judy Gradwohl shared her concern regarding water quality in Mission Bay, expected sea level rise in relation to areas of wetland already lost to development, and the value wetlands posses in […]

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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 […]

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Connect with Councilmember Campbell About Why a Wild Mission Bay is Important to You

Councilmember Jennifer Campbell was elected to San Diego City Council in November, and has already taken an interest in the future of Mission Bay, located in the heart of her council district. She demonstrated her commitment to the bay by attending this year’s Love Your Wetlands Day at Kendall-Frost Marsh Preserve in February. As chair […]