Preserving San Diego’s natural beauty

May 30, 2019

From our bays, beaches and lagoons to our urban canyons and parks, our city is blessed by incredible natural beauty that contributes greatly to our quality of life.



Elected officials have a special obligation to preserve these resources so future generations can enjoy them, as we do.

That’s why I was proud and gratified to vote in favor of the Mission Trails Regional Park Master Plan Update and Natural Resource Management Plan in May 2019.

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I served on the Mission Trails Regional Park Task Force for two years.  

This plan:

  • expands the park boundaries
  • incorporates Multiple Species Conservation Program guidelines
  • provides amenities in support of recreational uses (biking, hiking, fishing, camping)
  • adds new trail routes
  • adds more restrooms

This progress is one step forward in my plan to preserve and protect what’s best about our city.

I also voted at the Environment Committee to support Option B for Fiesta Island— the option supported by Fiesta Island Dog Owners (FIDO) because it’s important to preserve as much open space as possible particularly in a location that is close to urban areas.  Fiesta Island is a magical gem that needs to be preserved for future generations.

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I’ve attached my Environmental Policy paper, which provides a roadmap for ensuring these and other natural resources can be enjoyed by our children and grandchildren.

READ: My Environmental Policy Plan

Let's go!


Barbara Bry
Candidate for Mayor of San Diego

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