SI for All

Protect What Protects Us

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What is SI For All?

Our mission is to preserve the incredible gift of the Sullivan’s Island Maritime Forest for the benefit and enjoyment of ALL. Please join us!

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.

Why We Must Stop the Chop!

Climate change is accelerating. The Maritime Forest provides hurricane storm surge protection, resilience and incredible natural beauty.


Please check back often for updates on our cause and be sure to follow us on Facebook!

Sullivan’s Island to Expand Scenic Nature Trail

A new trail in the maritime forest will be 3 times as long as the original trail, and will include matting to support wheelchairs. A big thanks to Town Officials for making this happen!

Appeal Filed to Overturn Ruling that Saved Maritime Forest

As you are aware, on January 30, 2023, in a blockbuster victory for the environment, a South Carolina Circuit Court invalidated the Settlement Agreement entered into by a previous Town Council that would have allowed the destruction of our unique Maritime Forest. But that is, unfortunately, not where our effort to save the maritime forest ends!

Town to Hire a Director of Resilience & Natural Resource Management

We’re excited to report that, for the first time, Sullivan’s Island has approved the hiring of a Director dedicated to managing the town’s natural resources across the island


Join us for the First Annual Sullivan’s Island Earth Day Celebration, a family-friendly collaborative initiative of Sullivan’s Island For All, Poe Library,  Sullivan’s Island Bird Banding Station, Battery Gadsden, the Sullivan's Island Community Garden, and the Sullivan’s Island Turtle Team! Presenting Sponsors are Lucky Dog Publishing,  e.e. fava architects and First Capital Bank.

Three Things You Can Do to Stop the Chop!

The deforestation of Sullivan’s Island is much larger than just an “island” issue. This land was put into a public trust for the benefit and enjoyment of ALL of us — and decisions on how our maritime forest is managed, should not be left in the hands of two private homeowners who want ocean views and breezes. Please Help us Stop the Chop!

Make Your Voice Heard

Together we can let our elected officials and permitting agencies know that destroying the maritime forest isn’t good for anyone. Putting ocean views above nature, wildlife, hurricane storm surge protection and community resilience cannot be allowed.

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

The Sullivan’s Island maritime forest is at risk. YOU are the key to saving this natural wonder. Please join our cause today and help us prevent its destruction. Your donations will help us build a strategy to save and protect our forest for future generations to enjoy.

Maritime Forest By the Numbers


Trees and shrubs at risk of removal or destructive cutting.


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, hurricane storm surge protection and our trees.


All of us, residents, visitors and wildlife are at risk of losing an incredible natural resource that provides critical protection and enjoyment to all..