“How much of the shore should be accessible, to whom, and by what means? ...we believe that the ocean shore should be the possession of all those who live in the region.” 

Temporary Paradise? (1974)

The Coastline and Wetlands KAN explores best practices for development and land use along the coastal edge with consideration to environmental impacts and public access.

The "Wildest" Plan for Mission Bay

ReWild Mission Bay has a long term vision for wetland restoration in the northeast corner of the Bay. It is a plan that provides opportunities for plants, animals, and neighbors to thrive and survive as our climate warms and water levels rise. It is a plan that includes access points to invite in the public to enjoy the nature in our collective backyard. Where the City’s plan alternatives offer some options for wetland restoration, ReWild offers a larger restored wetlands area.
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VIEW "WILDEST" SCHEMATIC PLAN
READ C-3'S COMMENTS ON CITY'S PROPOSED SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT FOR NORTHEAST MISSION BAY 

On the eve of our 60th Anniversary, and in light of the extraordinary events of this year, we have temporarily shifted our educational programming to a digital format.

Our hope is that this collection of Contemporary Dialogues on the state of our region may serve as a time capsule, reminding us of the challenges our communities have faced and that much can be achieved if we continue to build bridges through collaboration and communication. We hope that by publishing these dialogues in a digital audio format, we will reach more diverse communities, giving them access to information on the issues that directly affect them. Please listen, enjoy, and share.




APPLY HERE to fill one of the following knowledge areas on the Coastline & Wetlands KAN.

Land Use Governance & Planning
Natural Resource Management / Environmental Protection
Sustainable Economic Development / Rational Redevelopment
Climate Change Resilience / Responsive Communities
Social Justice / Equity / Inclusion
Public Health / Thriving Communities


C-3's Knowledge Action Networks (KANs) bring together local thought leaders from planning, design, policy, academia, community development, and more to address our region’s distinctive and pressing land use challenges.

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Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to education and advocacy on issues of policy, planning, and design throughout the San Diego region. Federal Tax ID: 95-2593199

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