Screenshot of SD Union-Tribune articleAs researchers, we have been looking into the economic value of the Mission Bay wetlands. Our project estimates what it would be worth to implement the ReWild Mission Bay Coalition’s “wildest” plan, which would create 227 acres of new wetland directly adjacent to Kendall-Frost Marsh at the northern shore of Mission Bay. Kendall-Frost Marsh is the only parcel of wetlands at Mission Bay and is managed by the University of California’s Natural Reserve System. It is roughly 40 acres in size, meaning that the ReWild plan would more than quintuple the area of Mission Bay’s wetlands.


Read the article at the San Diego Union-Tribune website.

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