December 06, 2018 16:00pm to December 06, 2018 19:00pm
Location: Mission Bay High School ( Google Maps)
The San Diego Audubon is excited to announce that after four years of public engagement, including four workshops attended by hundreds of community members, the highly anticipated final restoration conceptual plans have been released!
These plans show how wetlands can be feasibly restored and public access expanded in northeast Mission Bay, and are available on the ReWild Mission Bay website here.
The plans, and all of the analysis that went into them, will be presented to the public at workshop on December 6th from 4-7pm at Mission Bay High School.
As you know, wetlands play an important role in San Diego’s quality of life, as they attract wildlife, foster a diverse ecosystem, improve water quality, and protect communities from flooding. Today, only five percent of the historic 4,000 acres of Mission Bay wetlands remain, making ReWild Mission Bay a critical and time-sensitive project.