In order to rescue a homestead at risk of igniting the next big wildfire, the Raneys must overhaul Kevin Tubbs' faulty electrical system and build the first hydro-electric wheel on the Little Susitna River to make the homestead safe for his children.
To save a single mom and her daughter from rampaging moose and secure a source of food, Marty builds a bridge across a murky creek to access more property, Matt teaches predator deterrent techniques, and Misty builds a snow-proof greenhouse.
The Raneys arrive in Ohio to find the Broadhead family struggling to survive in their home made of 30,000 tire bales. Battling pests, flooding, and unstable walls, the Raneys have their hands full in one of their most challenging rescues yet.
The Raneys continue rescuing the Broadheads' tire bale homestead in Central Ohio. The clock is ticking in part two of this rescue as Marty, Misty, and Matt work to provide fresh water, strengthen walls, and jumpstart an indoor garden.
After a devastating earthquake, Marty saves the Hartleys' log cabin from crumbling to the ground while Misty replaces a collapsed greenhouse and Matt constructs a brand new building for the family to start a diesel engine repair shop.
The Raneys help an Oregon couple with a toxic salt water well who are desperate for a viable water source. Marty needs clay to build a massive catchment pond and Matt must build a large scale solar still to de-contaminate the water.
The Raneys answer an SOS from a family displaced by their failing homestead. Marty must move a cabin onto a flood-proof foundation, Matt teaches an ill mother how to face her fear of invasive hogs and Misty crafts a rice patty garden in a flood zone.
The Jackson family in Idaho suffers from a cabin on the verge of collapse and predator threat from 100 chickens. The Raneys use all new ingenuity to make the cabin livable, protect the flock and create a valuable income source.
In Northern California, the Raneys give a masterclass on rebuilding from scratch when they come to the aid of the Olson-Wilcox family whose homestead was completely destroyed in a devastating wildfire.
In a first-ever Homestead intervention, a daughter pleads for help from the Raneys to rescue her mother and step-father whose failing homestead in Arizona sits in the crosshairs of deadly monsoon floods and a menacing cougar.
In the Smoky Mountains, the Raneys visit a wind-ravaged homestead on the brink of total collapse. The Raneys race to shore up key structures and establish a viable homestead business before the next big storm.
The Raneys put their ingenuity to the test on a homestead in Hawaii that was destroyed by 20-foot thick lava flow. First they must bring life back to the property, then figure out how to make the structures mobile in case of another eruption.