SI for All

Help Us Stop the Chop!

What is SI For All?

Our mission is to protect our maritime forest from a plan to destroy it. YOU are the key to saving this natural wonder. Please join our cause today and help us prevent its destruction.

What is the Maritime Forest?

Sulllivan’s Island’s beach is growing (accreting) and that’s made it possible for a beautiful, protective, maritime forest to flourish.

How the Forest Protects us from Hurricanes

The maritime forest provides resilience and protection from hurricanes for residents and visitors.

Three Things You Can Do to Stop the Chop!

The deforestation of Sullivan’s Island is much larger than just an “island” issue. The beach belongs to all of us — and decisions on how our maritime forest is managed, should not be left in the hand of a few private homeowners who are fortunate enough to live on the front beach. Please Help us Stop the Chop!

Make Your Voice Heard

Together we can continue to let our elected officials and permitting agencies know that destroying the maritime forest isn’t good for anyone. Putting ovean views above nature, wildlife and hurricane protection cannot be allowed and your voice can make a big difference.

Sign our Online Petition

Tens of thousands of people have already signed our petition. Add your name and send a unified message that our maritime forest is a an important natural resource that should not be destroyed. Read our petition and then add your name. We appreciate your support!

Please Support Our Cause

Those that want to tear down our forest for “better views” are well-funded and we need to make sure our message is heard online, in print and on the airwaves. Your donation will help us save the forest that brings protection and beauty to Sullivan’s Island.


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Must Read: Cutters Ignoring Reality of Climate Change Science

Ignoring the Town's own management plan that clearly states the value of the maritime forest as a barrier to storm surge -- a group of 4 councilmembers pushed the cutting plan forward.

Investigation: How Mass Tree Removal is Causing More Flooding

This investigation by the Post and Courier shows how mass tree removal is creating more flooding in the Charleston area.

Maritime Forest More than 100 Years Old

The Maritime Forest is more than a century old and a small group of residents wants to cut it down for "better views."

Getting Involved: Who to Contact

Your phone call and email to the state agencies who need to allow permits for this mass cutting will make a huge impact. Please tell them you oppose cutti

Trees at risk of destruction.


Acres of land comprise the maritime forest. A true gift from nature that some now want to tear down.


Fewer than 1 out of 10 people will benefit from the “ocean views” that this new cutting plan will promote to the detriment of nature, storm surge hurricane protection and our trees.


All of us, including visitors and residents, are now more at risk of losing our lives and property under this plan that benefits a few over the majority.