Five summers ago, actor and musician Jim Belushi came from Los Angeles to rescue the neglected Elks Lodge picnic grounds in Southern Oregon. He repaired the old structures, built a vacation home on a bend in the Rogue River and became the community’s most famous fundraisers. Now he’s growing cannabis and he has a plan to save us from opioid addiction, starting with a pop-up pot dispensary in downtown Portland. What drives him? “Quiet time,” said the 64-year-old performer on Sunday while watching fishermen cast from his riverbank, “is overrated.” Here’s a tour of the 93-acre farm in Eagle Point that keeps him so busy.