Mission Bay Wetland Restoration Comments Due Thursday

Not only does the EIR comment period close this Thursday the 20th, but there are two events also happening on Thursday where we need your presence, support, and comments.

Community Environment News

San Diego Economy Will Benefit from Restoring and Growing Mission Bay Wetlands

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.

Community Events LYWD News

Join ReWild Mission Bay for Love Your Wetlands Day Feb. 4th

Our annual Love Your Wetlands Day event is Saturday, Feb. 4th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve. We’d love for you to join us!

Actions News

TODAY: Deadline for Public Comments in Support of SEP Proposal

Today is the deadline to submit your public comments in support of the city’s Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP), undertaken as mitigation for an earlier sewage spill in Tecolote Canyon that affected and contaminated a portion of Mission Bay. If approved, the SEP will, in all likelihood, enable consideration of our “Wildest” wetland restoration proposal at the same level of […]


Three Things You Can Do to Help ReWild Mission Bay, Right Now

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, […]


ReWilding Mission Bay Will Restore a Wildly Beautiful Resource

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 […]