108 Bray Farm Road N.
Yarmouth Port, MA



Volunteer at the Farm

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. So please consider getting involved. Here are some of the opportunities available.

Interested in Cape Cod Archaeology?


The Taylor-Bray archaeological project is an ongoing, multiyear effort to expose the Farm's and Cape Cod's past. If you are interested in participating as a volunteer, contact Jack Duggan, the archaeology project coordinator. The work ranges from more strenuous work such as digging and screening to lighter, less arduous tasks such as washing artifacts and record keeping. Read more about what's been accomplished to date at "Archaeology at the Farm" elsewhere on this site.

Love animals? Here's your chance to show it!

Hanna, Brianna, Jesse

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 Tom Orton if you would be willing to help.

See how the animals live!

Patch & Dusty

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 and organizations for the Farm. Thanks to them, the Farm is a better place.

Many individuals and small groups volunteer their time and effort at the farm. We appreciate what they do. Unfortunately, space doesn't permit us to thank them individually. But thank them we do.

Thank You

Many organizations contribute to the farm, among them:

AmeriCorps Cape Cod Transitions Center Inc.

We thank these and many others.