WASHIGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Senate has recently passed the Great American Outdoors Act, a bi-partisan bill that will pump billions of dollars into the country’s national and state parks.

U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt says the bill commits $900 million a year to the Land and Water Conservation Fund for parks, conservation and outdoor initiatives, double the current funding.

Another $1.9 billion per year to improve national parks, forests and wildlife refuges, including unattended projects.

President Trump says he will support the bill, tweeting, “it will be historic for our beautiful public lands.”

The Senate passed the bill with a of 73-25 vote.