The Raney family turns cameras on themselves as they shelter in place on their Alaskan homestead. When a moose kill is discovered dangerously close to their cabin, Marty attempts to track the predators.
The intense winter has frozen the water supply on the homestead, forcing Marty to hunt for a new water source In Hawaii, Matt and his wife Katie self-film a lesson in Cacao harvesting on her family's plantation.
The Raneys kick off an annual tradition on the Alaskan homestead with a project that passes along essential skills to the next generation. The Raneys check in via video with homesteaders who built a house with 30,000 rubber tires.
In Alaska, Marty races to rescue his property from a deluge of snow runoff. In Hawaii, Matt builds a human-sized slingshot to bring down invasive trees. The Raneys check-in with homesteaders rebuilding after devastating wildfires.
Marty embarks on a dangerous self-shot mission to carve a road up 300-foot cliffs. With their chickens growing, Misty enlists her family to build a predator-proof coop from scratch.
Spring arrives and the family self-shoots preparation for the epic expansion of their homestead. Misty plots a supersized greenhouse to feed three generations, while Matt and Marty acquire the family's first ever sawmill.