Environment Committee chair issues proclamation declaring Saturday, Feb. 4th, to be Love Your Wetlands Day in the City of San Diego.
We hope that you get some quality time with your friends and family this week. We should all be thankful for the water filtration and resilience work that tidal wetlands are doing for us all the time—24 hours a day! Places like Kendall-Frost Marsh filter our storm water and soak up our King Tides (next […]
Tomorrow, August 2nd, City Council will be meeting to review and adopt the City of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan Update. This special session of City Council will begin at 2 PM, and the Climate Action Plan Update is agenda item 330. You can find the full agenda here. There are a few ways to […]
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!
When the City postponed tidal wetland habitat restoration in the summer of 2019 and allowed the existing development to continue in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, deferring but not defeating ReWild, the Campland organization estimated 24 months to complete all the proposed De Anza changes in their 4-year lease. Now, nearly 3 years later, […]
Support for ReWild continues to grow! This month, the League of Women Voters of San Diego joined the ReWild coalition, bringing the Coalition to a total of 66 member groups. The League of Women Voters have been supporting informed and active participation in governmental affairs and policy change in San Diego since 1936. We’re excited […]
ReWild Mission Bay has been in the news a lot recently. Here’s a rundown of some of the exciting stories we’ve been a part of. Dr. Ben, from the SD Pediatricians for Clean Air, just posted this blogpost Saving Our Wetlands: A Climate Solution To Improve Community Health on Climate for Health, highlighting the mental […]
California is famous for beaches and craggy shorelines that draw visitors from around the world and fuel local economies. The coastal wetlands, seagrass meadows and kelp forests that also dot our coastline are perhaps less famous but are equally vital to our state. These aquatic gardens provide food and shelter for fish and birds, improve water […]
San Diego Audubon, in partnership with Native Like Water, Renascence, the UC Natural Reserve System, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, have been awarded a Honda Marine Sciences Foundation grant to bring conversations with Kumeyaay leaders to the center of our access advocacy in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. This grant will help […]
Last October we helped the City of San Diego acquire the funding and directive needed to create a new land use plan for the ReWild area of concern, with many of the same goals as our Wildest wetlands restoration proposal. Throughout our effort to restore native wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, we’ve emphasized the benefit of […]