A Controllable, high energy, all normal dispersion (ANDi), passively mode-locked Yb-doped fiber laser is demonstrated with a Master Oscillator Power-Amplifier (MOPA) structure. The mode-locking is achieved by nonlinear
polarization evolution (NPE). different types of laser pulse are achieved from fundamental mode-locked (FML) single
pulse to twin pulse and then to harmonically mode-locked (HML) pulses (the maximum order is 7 times) by adjusting
quarter-wave plates (QWPS) and a half-wave plate (HWP) in our system. Using a cascaded long-period fiber grating as the spectral filter, the center wavelength of our laser is fixed at 1034nm.The repetition frequency rate of the FML pulse is
1.53MHz with a pulse width of 817ps. The maximum average energy is 450 mW and the maximum pulse energy of FML single pulse is 294 nJ. Besides, the 517nm green laser output is also achieved by using a LiB<sub>3</sub>O<sup>5</sup> (LBO) crystal as
the frequency doubling crystal. The maximum average of the green pulse is 4.71mW.