Each speaker also said their candidate supports funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund that funds additional land acquisition, as well as funding for other conservation needs. Trump Jr. generally stated his father's support of the program, referring back to his recognition that access is paramount for sportsmen, and said that funding should be maintained, if not increased. He also acknowledged efforts to secure additional funding for fish and wildlife conservation and lauded a recent effort to engage business, industry, and conservation interests to seek solutions for increased wildlife funding. Secretary Clinton's papers outline her plan to create an American Parks Trust Fund that would replace and expand the scope of LWCF, allowing the funds to be used not just for land acquisition, parks, and recreation, but also for infrastructure maintenance, wildlife habitat protection, and more. According to Rep. Thompson, this also includes "doubling down" on sportsmen's access by expanding public access to at least 2 million of the 4 million acres of federal lands that are currently inaccessible because they are landlocked by private lands.