Ace Basin is a 350,000 acre nature preserve located in South Carolina’s lowcountry. The Ace Basin is home to not only many species of waterfowl, but also mammals, reptiles, fish, and plants. As the push for commercial development increases, nature tends to be on the losing side of that debate. A line must be drawn in order to preserve the area's natural history, and wildlife. Ace Basin is recognized as one of two Atlantic coast flagship projects of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan.
- 1.G.3 Identify and differentiate between rural, suburban, and urban areas within South Carolina.
- 1.G.4 Describe and compare various landforms within South Carolina through the use of primary and secondary sources.
- Global citizenship begins with the initial understanding of Earth’s major features and how geographic information is used to learn about those features.
- 3.2.1.ER Recognize and explain how physical features are distributed around the world.
- 3.2.2.ER Identify and analyze the ways people interact with the physical environment in different regions of the state, the country, and the world.