2017 Joint SASRI/CASI meeting, Gatlinburg, TN
- Thirty Years of Red Spruce Restoration by the Appalachian Forest Experiment Station, 1921-1954. Jim Rentch
- Soil and Ecological Findings int he Central Appalachian Red Spruce Ecosystem. S. J. Connolly and J.A. Thmopson
- Rare and Endangered Wildlife of Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forests: Considerations for Ecological Restoration. Corinne Diggins and Mark Ford.
- Headwater Channel Restoration as a Tool to Aid in Red Spruce Restoration. Pamela Edwards
- Visualizing Spruce in a GIS. Mark Endries
- Seasonal Occupancy and Activity Patterns of Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forests by Tree Bats. Mark Ford, Corinne Diggins, Sabrina Deeley.
- Southern Highlands Reserve Native Plant Arboretum Research Center. Kelly Holdbrooks
- An Approach to Assessing if Nutrient Base Cations May be Sufficient for Healthy Spruce-fir Forests. Bill Jackson
- High Elevation Conservation on Grandfather Mountain. Mallory James
- Spruce Restoration Beyond Planting Trees. Shane Jones
- The Flat Laurel Spruce Collaborative. Chris Kelly
- The Effects of Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature and Air Temperature on Picea rubens Distribution: MaxEnt Modeling in a Small Forested Catchment. Adrienne Nottingham
- Non-commercial Spruce Restoration: The Ecological Restoration Team. Ben Rhodes
- Conservation of High-Elevation Red Spruce (Picea rubens) and Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) in the Southern Appalachians. Andrew Whittier, Robert Jetton, Gary Hodge, Barbara Crane