President Trump’s daughter Ivanka is coming to Colorado to celebrate the passage of landmark conservation legislation authored by U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and to participate in a roundtable event with the Republican lawmaker on child care.

Interior Secretary David Bernhardt,  a Rifle, Colorado native, will also appear with Trump at Rocky Mountain National Park on Thursday.

On Friday, Trump and Gardner will tour a child care facility and participate in the roundtable discussion.

Gardner’s bill passed the House on Wednesday, and Trump is expected to sign it into law in the coming days.

The legislation Gardner crafted, the Great American Outdoors Act, composed a solution lawmakers have sought for decades to adequately fund the National Park Service backlog while also providing funding for the Land and Water Conservation Act.