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We Need Your Voice at City Hall This Thursday

Perhaps you saw ReWild Mission Bay campaign director Andrew Meyer speaking with the San Diego Green New Deal coalition on Monday, as the coalition called on the City of San Diego to make key improvements to its upcoming Climate Action Plan update. Andrew and the ReWild team also need your support this Thursday, July 15, at 1 p.m. at the July […]

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San Diego Must Protect and Restore Vital Mission Bay Wetlands

By Anahí Méndez Earth has experienced numerous changes throughout its planetary history, and variations in our climate are not unusual. But according to NASA and other scientific organizations, the transformation our climate is currently undergoing, borne out by the severity of wildfires which continue to ravage our state, is occurring at an unprecedented rate. It […]

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A Big Day, and a Big Win, for ReWild Mission Bay

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 […]

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ReWild Coalition Media Event at City Hall

WHEN: Wednesday, March 11, 2020, 8 a.m. WHERE: San Diego City Hall at Civic Center Plaza, 202 West C St., San Diego, CA 92101 WHAT: Members of the ReWild Mission Bay coalition, including Climate Action Campaign, Surfrider, San Diego Audubon, Sierra Club, local businesses, faith organizations, and labor unions, will speak outside San Diego City […]

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San Diego Audubon Secures Key Concessions on De Anza Leases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 9, 2019 San Diego, Calif. – The San Diego Audubon Society with significant input from the ReWild Mission Bay Coalition are pleased to announce an agreement with Campland and the City of San Diego that guarantees a pair of key components as part of Campland’s expanded leases in northeast Mission Bay: The new […]

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Clairemont Town Council Endorses “Wildest” Option

Great news as the Clairemont Town Council has endorsed ReWild Mission Bay’s “Wildest” option for wetland restoration in the northeast corner of Mission Bay. Citing a loss of native wetland habitat and the expected sea level rise by 2100, the Clairemont Town Council noted in their Sept. 17 letter to San Diego City Council that […]

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Support Park Designation for Rose Creek This Thursday at City Council

We could use your support at San Diego City Council this Thursday, Aug. 1, as the ReWild Mission Bay coalition advocates for the creation of a new city park along Rose Creek south of I-5 as part of the Balboa Avenue Station Area Specific Plan. Rose Creek is a critical component of our overall vision for a restored, […]

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ReWild Mission Bay Media Round-Up

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 […]

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ReWild Coalition Remains Strong, Despite Short-Sighted Council Vote

Sometimes you put your best foot forward, and you still don’t get the result you want. Unfortunately, that’s what happened on Monday at City Hall, as San Diego City Council voted to approve new and extended Campland leases by a 6-3 vote. The new leases will take effect July 1, sidelining wetland restoration in Mission […]

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Statement on San Diego City Council Vote to Approve New and Expanded Campland Leases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2019 San Diego, Calif.  –  In a 6-3 vote, San Diego City Council voted to approve two new leases for Campland, an RV camping vendor that leases public property in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, despite persistent concerns about water quality, climate resiliency, transparency, accountability, and the necessity of […]