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Katie Fletcher

Katie Fletcher

Katie Fletcher is originally from Courtenay, N.D., and moved to Grand Forks to pursue a communication and political science degree at the University of North Dakota. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in May 2014, Fletcher began working for BBI International as a staff writer for Ethanol Producer Magazine, Biomass Magazine and Pellet Mill Magazine.

Katie Fletcher is originally from Courtenay, N.D., and moved to Grand Forks to pursue a communication and political science degree at the University of North Dakota. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in May 2014, Fletcher began working for BBI International as a staff writer forEthanol Producer MagazineBiomass Magazine and Pellet Mill Magazine.

In the winter, if the breeze is just right, you may smell a hint of a campfire entering or leaving the Bismarck State College Aquatic and Wellness Center located in Bismarck, North Dakota. more »

Oct 5, 2015 12:00 AM Features

Four years ago, Aurora Wood Pellets Ltd. began the development of a 200,000-metric-ton pellet plant in the Northwest Territories of Canada. With two Forestry Management Agreements in hand, CEO Brad Mapes hopes to purchase the site’s land this month. more »

Jul 13, 2015 12:00 AM Features

Groupe Savoie Inc., a hardwood products supplier in New Brunswick, Canada, recently announced that it plans to double the volume dedicated to the domestic side of its pellet production at its Saint-Quentin pellet plant in the coming year. more »

Apr 7, 2015 12:00 AM News

Over the past week, FutureMetrics LLC has published two research papers by company President William Strauss more »

Feb 2, 2015 12:00 AM Features

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to conduct a study and develop recommendations for legislation that would encourage homeowners to replace old wood stoves with cleaner, new pellet or wood burning stoves more »

Jan 14, 2015 12:00 AM Features

Pellets

Pellets

Type and location define pellet fuel's quality and prospective markets. These realities differ for Western producers compared to their Eastern peers in the quest to run a successful plant. more »

May 22, 2012 12:00 AM Features