We are the San Diego Regional Group of the Power In Nature Coalition

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El Salto Primary
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Salt Marsh Mission Bay
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About This Project


Who is proposing this project?

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Supporting organizations:

  • Organization 1
  • Organization 2
  • Organization 3

What is proposed?

Collective action is key to protecting the huge variety of natural wonders that San Diego has to offer. Together, we can protect biodiversity, take real action on climate, and create equity by conserving San Diego’s lands and waters for future generations.

Project Location

Why is this project on the 30×30 list?

Scientists say protecting 30% of our land and coastal waters by 2030 can protect and restore California’s natural places for plants and animals, help keep our ocean clean, and restore needed balance to our environment. An overwhelming number of Californians support this goal. Now, we need to work together to take regional action—and leverage this moment to foster more equitable access to nature in San Diego, as well as the benefits of climate resilience and biodiversity.

Project Timeline

  • Mission Bay Park Master Plan released

    The City of San Diego publishes the original Mission Bay Park Master Plan, which calls for restoring wetlands at the mouth of Rose Creek. This Master Plan has since been updated many times, such as the 2022 addition of the De Anza Cove Amendment, which will provide a land use plan for the revitalization of De Anza Cove.

  • Project postponed: San Diego City Council awards new camping leases in De Anza Cove

    San Diego City Council approves two new leases for Campland, an RV park in De Anza Cove, which throws off the timeline for beginning wetland restoration, postponing the project for a minimum of 5 years.

  • San Diego Audubon secures key concessions on De Anza leases

    The San Diego Audubon Society and ReWild Mission Bay Coalition come to an agreement with Campland and the City of San Diego that limits development near the public bayfront, leaving the potential for future wetland restoration. The agreement also requires Campland to clean up and remove dilapidated mobile homes in De Anza Point. However, the wetland restoration project is still postponed as a result of the City’s prior June agreement with Campland.

  • Groundwork San Diego receives grant for Chollas Creek restoration and trail building

    Groundwork San Diego receives $3.5M grant from the California Natural Resources Agency.

How will this project be completed?

From vast beaches to golden hills, San Diego has a lot to protect – which is why we need a lot of us to protect it. Our coalition includes community groups, conservation organizations, land trusts, and Native American Tribes across the region working hard to protect San Diego’s lands and waters so future generations can enjoy nature.