He lets some of the poorer inhabitants of Badgertown come on day trips to 'work the land'.
They are allowed to keep the produce they pick which provides a very nutritious supplement to their diet.
More importantly, the opportunity to become at one with nature has healing, meditative properties providing an absolutely transformative moment and a long term positive impact on their lives.
The only problem, says Butterskin, is that they keep swapping what they pick for Black Tom.
I noticed that Mister Matehan, the bearded gentleman that I keep running into, has a stall set up by the farm gate - he was doing a thriving trade exchanging his noxious brew for vegetables and fruit.
At last I have found a worthy cause deserving of my largesse.
But something will have to be done about Matehan's dubious activities.
I spent the whole day meditating on the good fortunes of my life whilst picking Red-Blue fruits. They are hairy and not very attractive but my friend Claudius the Camel is very fond of them so the Old Monkey is going to make him a pie.