Taylor-Bray Farm depends on interested individuals for financial support and to perform needed work at the Farm. The out buildings, grounds and animals are maintained and cared for entirely by volunteers. The future of the Farm depends on of us. Please consider getting involved. Here are some of the opportunities available.

Love animals?

Help with the animals and general maintenance of the farm. We need people for brushing and walking the donkeys and goats, spoiling the chickens, helping with the vegetable garden, and much more! This is your chance to get closer to the animals than you will ever otherwise have. Please contact Jean Seymour if you would be willing to help.

See how the animals live!

Saturday is cleanup day at the farm. A small group comes every Saturday to clean the barns, pens, coops and pastures. Would you like to help? Good, put your work clothes and boots on and come to the Farm any Saturday morning at 8:30. We appreciate all the help we can get.

The Farm is Grateful...

The Taylor-Bray Farm Preservation Association appreciates the effort expended by many individuals for the Farm. We appreciate what they do. Unfortunately, space doesn’t permit us to thank them individually. But thank them we do.


The Farm is Grateful...

2020 Volunteer of the Year:
Barry Magaliff

Past recipients: 

We Thank the many organizations contribute to the farm, among them Americorps Cape Cod, CapeAbilities of Cape Cod and Transitions Centers

Jack Duggan 
Dick Boardman 
Michael Orton 
William McClennan 
Ruth Weissberger 
Ray and Caroline Gilbert 
Frank Slovak 

Lisa McIntyre
 Don McIntyre
Hank Teuwen
Jean Seymour
David Gray
Marcia Carlson
Maureen Clark    

Taylor-Bray Farm Preservation Association
P.O. Box 66 – 108 Bray Farm Road North, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675