December 6, 2018 - 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Pacific Beach CA 92109
Join San Diego Audubon on December 6 from 4-7pm at Mission Bay High School for a public workshop to review the maps and all the analysis that go with them.
ReWild Mission Bay is a project of San Diego Audubon and our partners to enhance and restore wetlands in the northeast corner of Mission Bay, creating opportunity for wildlife to thrive and San Diegans to enjoy nature in their own backyard. Wetlands keep our communities beautiful, supply habitat for local wildlife and provide clean water for us. Wetlands let us experience San Diego to the fullest.
The full report (available here) describes the existing and historical land use and environmental conditions of Mission Bay, what the opportunities and constraints are to restoring wetlands, and analyzes how each of the final plans stacks up in achieving the goals of ReWild Mission Bay. The report, and the detailed restoration plans it includes, is the result of more than four years of public engagement, including four workshops attended by hundreds of community members.
The December 6th workshop will be an opportunity for the public to learn about the results from the ReWild Mission Bay Wetlands Restoration Feasibility Study, including seeing up close details of the plans they helped create. The ReWild project teams will be on hand to answer questions. From there, next steps include integration of these plans with the City’s ongoing land use and development plans for the area, environmental review, permitting, and restoration of the area’s wetlands.
For more information on ReWild Mission Bay and to access the full report, visit http://www.rewildmissionbay.org.