Homesteaders who work together, give thanks together. Join the Kilcher family as they celebrate Thanksgiving with the friends who helped prepare the homestead for winter.
Otto, Charlotte, Eivin & Eve harvest a sterile cow to stock up on meat for winter, repurposing its byproducts to make homesteader soap, and tanning its hide for building corrals. At the head of the bay, Atz Sr.'s range riding skills are tested.
The Kilchers race to finish a year's worth of work in just four months. To fill their freezer, Atz Lee and Jane chase the first salmon run of the season, while Otto and Eivin bolster the homestead's defenses to contain their unruly cattle herd.
Atz Lee and Jane venture out in a risky hunt for black bear, but instead come face to face with a massive grizzly. Using the constructor, Otto and Eivin race the tide to transport and introduce two new bulls into the family herd at the head of the bay.
Early spring, life is returning to the homestead, but with temperatures soaring things are far from normal. Tensions reach the breaking point on the annual Kilcher cattle drive as Otto struggles to maintain control of his novice crew and chaos ensues.
The Kilchers band together to protect their livelihood on the homestead and beyond. Atz Lee and Jane encounter disaster in a hunt for Jane's first black bear. Atz Sr, Bonnie & Shane defend the head of the bay against grizzlies.
Atz Sr, Bonnie, Atz Lee & Shane struggle to move a two-ton bridge to ensure crossing of glacial rivers for crucial access to the head of the bay, while Otto & Charlotte fight a serious threat to their cattle.
The Kilchers face fallout from the warmest Alaskan winter in decades. Atz Sr, Otto, Atz Lee & Eivin tackle an emergency mission to supply & secure their hunting cabins at the head of the bay. Charlotte & Jane desperately search for a missing newborn calf.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. From a 30-mile trek over melting glacial rivers to secure hunting cabins, to juggling the dangers of black bears with the demands of parenting an infant son, the Kilchers face unexpected challenges this season due to a historically warm winter. Another Kilcher returns to the homestead to reclaim a simpler life, while the family mourns the loss of a beloved fellow homesteader.
The Kilchers' lifestyle is dictated by the season they're in, so they adapt to extremes--from rescuing calves born in late winter snow to fighting swarms of mosquitos in almost 24 hr solstice sun. In spring, Otto tries to live down his fisherman's curse.
Fall is over. The Kilchers take care of last minute projects before the winter freeze--and the baby-- arrive. Jane faces wicked weather and quicksand while on her very first cattle drive with Otto. Eivin and Eve introduce the newest Kilcher to the world.
Atz Lee and Eivin take a bushplane and brave bears on a remote island to hunt deer. Charlotte scrambles to save a cow that went down during birthing. A very pregnant Eve struggles with the chores while Eivin is away. Atz cleans his chimney Kilcher style.
Otto and Eivin use a duck hunt for some last minute father-son time before Eivin becomes a dad himself. Atz and Atz Lee's father-son bonding time is less fun; they're repairing the new bridge. Jane has her own adventure: fishing--and shooting--halibut.
With winter on their doorstep., the Kilchers race to finish their summer projects. Otto's enormous new project strains his marital bliss. Atz's horse strands him on the range. Eivin works some chicken magic. Atz Lee teaches Jane to fell a tree.
Grizzly bears, wolves, and coyotes remind the Kilchers that the humans aren't always the apex predator on the homestead, but threats to the Kilcher's food supplies and livelihood also come in many other shapes and sizes and from unexpected places.
Atz and Atz Lee swim their horses across a chilly lake to get to bull moose hunting grounds. Bad weather and feeling under the weather won't deter them from the prize. Eivin hunts clams while Eve collects wild mushrooms. Otto and Charlotte bury a friend.
Otto serenades us with his song about milking cows.
Eivin helps Eve move a ton of cow waste.
The Kilcher family celebrate the arrival of Eivin and Eve's baby.
Atz Lee's house is invaded by a hungry squirrel - not a smart move.
Atz Lee gives his wife Jane a lesson in fly fishing, which is a lot harder than it looks!
See what happens when cabin fever sets in while living in Alaska.
The mild weather and rapidly melting snow have made the simple task of feeding the cattle unusually dangerous for Otto and Charlotte.
Otto goes in search of the delicious, but fast, razor clams.
Atz Lee ropes up in his own hand-tied harness to safely clean the chimney.
Learn a few garden secrets from Atz Lee and Jane! See how common vegetation like peat moss and legumes are used to create rich soil perfect for growing vegetables.
Jane Kilcher and her husband Atz compare their hauls for the day.
Eve and her newborn son Findlay tend to the animals around the homestead, which is a lot more challenging with a baby in tow.
Atz and Jane must make their way up a treacherous rock before high tide sets in.
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