By John Glidden
Like an army, they descended upon Loma Vista Farm with pitchforks and carts.
Around 20 people showed up Saturday morning to clear a section of field at the farm, removing aging plants, harvesting various vegetables and preparing the farm for the fall planting season.
“We don’t know what crop will go into the field,” said Shelee Loughmiller, as she watched the assembled team clear the section of field. “But we are clearing a patch to plant for the fall.”
Volunteers on the day varied, coming from the Vallejo High School Leo Club to students from California Maritime Academy.