Additional wetland acreage will make Kendall-Frost Marsh healthier and enhance wildlife habitat, and according to UCSD data will have a positive financial impact on the city.
With last week’s vote by the city’s Land Use and Housing Committee to recommend new Campland leases in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, ReWild Mission Bay supporters have been asking, “What can I do?” The answer is – a lot. We need you. Here are three things you can do to help ReWild Mission Bay, […]
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 […]