The Raneys rescue an Arizona family under siege from livestock-eating coyotes and a homestead in Oregon, trapped at the bottom of a 100ft cliff. The Raneys find a bee-keeper with hives attracting bears and a homestead too unsanitary for a child to visit.
Apex predators are on the prowl from Idaho to Colorado, scaring homesteaders and threatening their livestock. The Raneys rush to protect these families, their flocks and their livelihoods with their unique brand of wilderness ingenuity.
Marty builds a bridge across a creek to save a single mom and her daughter from rampaging moose. After a couple's dog is killed, the Raneys help protect them so they are not the next victims. The Raneys are shocked to find a bear den near their homestead.
The Raneys help a family in Arizona whose failing homestead sits in the crosshairs of a cougar and deadly floods. They assist another family under siege from coyotes and cattle. Then, the Raneys return to Alaska to find their own homestead in disrepair.
The Raneys tackle various projects, including a treehouse cabin on the verge of collapse and a log cabin damaged by an earthquake. Matt builds a workshop for a family's leather good business, and helps a family construct an engine repair shop.
The Raneys help a family whose home was completely destroyed in a wildfire, and a family in Idaho with 100 chickens facing a predator threat. In the Smoky Mountains, the Raneys shore up key structures at a wind-ravaged homestead on the brink of collapse.
The Raneys find a cure for toxic land that's plaguing a Kentucky homestead and convince a Virginia family that their free-range dream is killing their farm. Also, the Raneys take on an ambitious off-grid power supply project for a Tennessee family.
In Michigan, Marty sets out to fix an old well that has already claimed a victim. Next, the Raneys head to Arizona where a failing homestead is threatened by deadly monsoon floods. In the Ozarks, they help a malnourished couple living in a moldy cabin.
The Raneys convince dog-mushing homesteaders to make drastic changes despite their distrust of outsiders. Later, an Idaho family's flock gets some new protection and a Smoky Mountain homestead becomes a newly viable business.
The Raneys face the fire as they fireproof an Idaho homestead and create an evacuation ark for livestock in danger of California wildfires. Raney ingenuity then creates the first-ever automated homestead for firefighters in Alaska.
A Nevada homestead gets the Raney touch to help with searing heat and sand storms. A Colorado man with a long mountain commute gets some help and the Raneys teach a hungry family how to work together for food.
The Raneys kick off an annual tradition on their own Alaskan homestead before checking in with previous homesteaders who received some Raney ingenuity in the past via video.