This is the story of a community coming together to save an irreplaceable piece of their natural history. Help create a conservation legacy in North Myrtle Beach.

 

Ingram Dunes is home to 9.4 acres of coastal maritime forest and ancient relic dunes: the last remaining on the Grand Strand. This final piece of a once mighty dune system is a sanctuary to hundreds of live oaks, plants, and animals. For thousands of years the dunes remained virtually untouched, but today Ingram Dunes are in danger of total destruction. Only with your help can they be saved.

 
 
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Find out more about Ingram Dunes. Browse photos, maps, and diagrams.

 
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Ready to take the next step? Learn about how you can help preserve Ingram Dunes.