HAVANA, N.D. — Welcoming people from all walks of life and introducing them (or furthering their knowledge of) family farms can be a fantastic notion — especially for learning where food comes from and how it gets to the table. While the “farm to table” lifestyle is embraced on restaurant menus across the country these days, and new practices are followed to ensure soil health and conservationism, the Breker farm in southeastern North Dakota is truly living that idea — and spreading the word to others through its Farm to Table Dinners, including the latest sold-out dinners held Aug. 28-29. The farm, located outside Havana, N.D., boasts stunning views surrounded by prairie farms and fields, providing a unique opportunity for farming families and those not involved with agriculture alike to learn a little more about what goes into their food through a five-course meal. “Well, obviously North Dakota is a huge farming population,” says Joe Breker, owner and operator of Coteau des Prairie Lodge. “We are as rural as states get and we’ve got a great agriculture tradition. But you don’t have to get too many generations — in fact, one generation ...