Join us July 11th at 6 p.m. to support Wildest-level restoration at the Mission Bay Park Committee, and be sure to wear your ReWild Mission Bay shirt.
Join us this Thursday the 6th for another “final” De Anza ad hoc Committee meeting and help make the case for Wildest-scale wetland restoration.
We’re asking for your support at Tuesday’s final De Anza Natural ad hoc Committee meeting to support two ReWild Coalition members as they make presentations.
It’s imperative that ad hoc committee members see engaged ReWild supporters in attendance and making remarks at meetings this Tuesday and next.
Put on your ReWild Mission Bay shirt and support ReWild this Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. at Paradise Point Resort.
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.
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 […]
By John Heatherington I was fortunate to have been born in San Diego, and raised on the eastern shoreline of Mission Bay. When I was a child, east Mission Bay appeared to me as a vast, wildly beautiful salt marsh. Millions of birds of every description seemed to fill the sky, from tiny terns to […]
As you might have seen in Jim Peugh’s piece in Times of San Diego this weekend, ReWild Mission Bay’s feasibility study demonstrates that a plan to increase the volume of wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay is not only feasible, but is the most cost-effective option for the city when sea level rise and […]