Nemours Plantation staff biologist Beau Bauer, rear left, points out a large American bald eagle nest in a tall pine Sunday during a tour of the private property. The tour was part of a celebration to mark the 25th year since the formation of the ACE Basin Project, in which several organizations have worked to protect 217,000 acres around the Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto rivers.
Nemours Plantation staff biologist Beau Bauer, rear left, points out a large American bald eagle nest in a tall pine Sunday during a tour of the private property. The tour was part of a celebration to mark the 25th year since the formation of the ACE Basin Project, in which several organizations have worked to protect 217,000 acres around the Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto rivers. Jeff Kidd, staff photo
Nemours Plantation staff biologist Beau Bauer, rear left, points out a large American bald eagle nest in a tall pine Sunday during a tour of the private property. The tour was part of a celebration to mark the 25th year since the formation of the ACE Basin Project, in which several organizations have worked to protect 217,000 acres around the Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto rivers. Jeff Kidd, staff photo

ACE Basin Project, grand vision for Lowcountry conservation, celebrates 25 years

November 02, 2014 07:02 PM

UPDATED November 04, 2014 11:20 AM

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