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Clara Haycraft, MPA, CPPM

Clara lives in the South Como neighborhood in Saint Paul with her husband and three girls.

She spends lots of time in the parks and green spaces in the city—especially the Como Woodland Classroom!

Clara went to high school in Rochester, college in Duluth at the College of Saint Scholastica, and received her MPA from Hamline.

She has dedicated her entire career to service through Senator Klobuchar’s office.

Areas of expertise include immigration and federal government systems.

Clara says, “I love Saint Paul and am excited to contribute through SPPC.”

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Do you love a good BBQ, ice cream and music - all lakeside? Don't miss the Party for the Parks on June 22 with Smokin Bonez and Mik Mart Ice Cream and the Johnny Brown Experience bringing you classic R&B vibes! Free to attend or pre-register and choose a gourmet picnic option. #stppartyfortheparks #lovesaintpaulparks
Learn More saintpaulparksconservancy.org/ways-to-help/party-for-the-parks/
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Do you love a good BBQ, ice cream and music - all lakeside? Dont miss the Party for the Parks on June 22 with Smokin Bonez and Mik Mart Ice Cream and the Johnny Brown Experience bringing you classic R&B vibes! Free to attend or pre-register and choose a gourmet picnic option.  #stppartyfortheparks #lovesaintpaulparks 
Learn More https://saintpaulparksconservancy.org/ways-to-help/party-for-the-parks/

Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department is engaging community members to inform and develop a Master Plan for Summit Avenue that reviews the corridor from the Mississippi River to Downtown Saint Paul. Community members are encouraged to attend a public information session planned on June 6 from 7:00-8:30pm for a project update and to review potential trail concepts. Learn more @
saintpaulparksconservancy.org/2022/05/summit-ave-regional-trail-meeting-may-25/
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Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department is engaging community members to inform and develop a Master Plan for Summit Avenue that reviews the corridor from the Mississippi River to Downtown Saint Paul. Community members are encouraged to attend a public information session planned on June 6 from 7:00-8:30pm for a project update and to review potential trail concepts. Learn more @ 
https://saintpaulparksconservancy.org/2022/05/summit-ave-regional-trail-meeting-may-25/

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Take a listen to the amazing Samantha Grimes at the Spring Social for downtown volunteer gardeners! ... See MoreSee Less

Unexpected sunshine for the downtown gardeners' Spring Social in Mears Park! #WeLoveVolunteers ... See MoreSee Less

Unexpected sunshine for the downtown gardeners Spring Social in Mears Park! #WeLoveVolunteers

New Board Member Spotlight - Maura Donovan! Maura enjoys hiking, biking, and kayaking in St. Paul parks and can frequently be found at Crosby Farm Park.
saintpaulparksconservancy.org/2022/05/new-board-member-spotlight-maura-donovan/
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New Board Member Spotlight - Maura Donovan! Maura enjoys hiking, biking, and kayaking in St. Paul parks and can frequently be found at Crosby Farm Park.
https://saintpaulparksconservancy.org/2022/05/new-board-member-spotlight-maura-donovan/
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The Saint Paul Parks Conservancy
is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Federal EIN 26-2788415

CONTACT

651-300-7876
office@stpaulparks.org

1611 County Rd B West Ste 315
Saint Paul, MN 55113