San Diego’s indigenous people, the Kumeyaay, inhabited the Mission Bay area for years before they were pushed off their traditional lands. With their presence, community, and partnership, we have the opportunity to salvage and restore a small portion of the original wetland in Mission Bay and revitalize historic Native American land.
As we head into this year’s Love Your Wetlands Day, a new video debuts highlighting the ReWild campaign.
Equity Statement Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Aug. 27, 2020 Highlighting the historic disservice often done to Indigenous communities, and the frequent inequality in land use application in the establishment of public parks in San Diego, the ReWild Mission Bay Coalition has signed off on a new organizational equity statement intended to recognize the Indigenous history of northeast Mission Bay, and […]
ReWild Mission Bay Summer 2020 Update
We hope you’re enjoying your summer and staying safe and healthy. Even as the pandemic persists, we’re meeting virtually with policymakers and candidates, bringing new organizations into the ReWild Coalition, and we can now reveal a new opportunity to ensure consideration of the ReWild Mission Bay “Wildest” proposal by the city. But as always, we need […]