The city’s Parks and Recreation Board will consider approval of the De Anza Natural restoration plan Thursday the 20th from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Balboa Park Club Ballroom. It’s listed as Item 103 on the agenda.
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!
We all know February is shy on days, but most years our annual Love Your Wetlands Day keeps February busy for ReWild Mission Bay. Unfortunately, since the COVID-19 pandemic remains a fact of life, we’ve had to replace Love Your Wetlands Day at Kendall-Frost Marsh with a series of digital options, but we’re confident you’re going […]
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 […]
Yes, you could say it’s a big deal. Following two hours of supportive public testimony on Wednesday, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board voted in a unanimous 6-0 decision to approve a proposed Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) that will enable, at last, the “Wildest” plan for wetland restoration in northeast Mission Bay to be considered […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 14, 2020 In a unanimous decision following two hours of public testimony, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board voted 6-0 in favor of a Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) that will enable the ReWild Mission Bay “Wildest” plan for wetland restoration in northeast Mission Bay to be considered at the same […]
Tomorrow is a big day for the ReWild Mission Bay campaign as the Supplemental Environmental Project, or SEP, featuring the Wildest wetland restoration proposal goes before the Regional Water Quality Control Board. The meeting will come to order at 9 a.m. We hope you can join us and make remarks to the board in support of […]
The city’s Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) goes before the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) for approval at their meeting this Wednesday, Oct. 14. We could use your help to ensure the board approves the SEP proposal. Approval of the SEP will enable the Wildest plan for wetland restoration that our coalition has been advocating for over […]
This piece originally appeared in the O.B. Rag. By John Riedel For centuries, Mission Bay was utilized by the bird populations of Southern California and along the Pacific Flyway as habitat, and by our region’s indigenous Kumeyaay communities for survival. But a great deal has changed in the bay since the arrival of Europeans, particularly in the […]
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 […]