One thousand native trees were planted at Ryefield Hops in Bemboka last week, organised by the Far South Coast Landcare Association and volunteers.
The funding came from 4 Pines Brewing Company, through its "1% for the Planet" project.
This is part of the wider global movement of 1500 members who have donated $365million to non-profits that protect the environment.
There were 22 enthusiastic volunteers on the day who planted the trees to revegetate a new dam and associated creek line at Bemboka's Ryefield Hops, a family business focusing on regenerative agriculture with their sustainable hops on ex-dairy farming land.
"A big part of our ethos and vision is bringing back the natural biodiversity of the farm and regenerating the waterways and creek line that flow through Ryefield Hops," the business posted to Instagram.
The hops farm was chosen by 4 Pines for the project as a way to support a company that produces fresh and dried hops for beer brewers, and has strong regeneration principles for its land.
The trees planted are part of a two stage project, with another 2000 trees to be planted in April next year.
"It was a fantastic fun day for all involved with picture perfect winter weather and 50mm rain over the three days following planting.".
Jean Bentley ofFar South Coast Landcare Association said the native trees planted were all of local provenance.
She said that Ryefield Hops was also involved with another project to plant an additional 3000 trees in spring along the creek. This is through Landcare's Bush Connect project, which uses funding by the NSW government through its Environment Trust.
Those trees would also replace around 300 trees which were planted last year but were destroyed by floods.
The total of 6000 trees will become part of regenerated waterway in which Ryefield Hops was hoping to create a thoroughfare the community will be able to visit.