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Alaskan Bush People season 7←Alaskan Bush People season 6
Alaskan Bush People season 7 episodes list:
The Browns continue to work hard and tirelessly to gather food, secure resources and build everything from scratch in their pursuit of a self-sustaining town and being more isolated and independent than ever before.
The displaced Brown's struggle through a devastating transition while Ami undergoes testing due to recent health concerns. Meanwhile, Browntown is under the care of a lone protector, as Noah braves the dangers of the wilderness.
A major diagnosis shakes the Brown family, and forces them toward a decision that could reshape their lifelong journey. While medical analysis continues for Ami in the lower 48, oldest son Matt attempts to get back to normal as he reunites with Noah.
The Browns continue to deal with the devastating medical news they’ve received about Ami. The family comes together hoping to hear good news soon.
As the Brown family awaits Ami's treatment options, this lost episode shows the wolfpack's ability to endure through hardships in every environment. Adrift on the shores of the Alaskan wilderness, the wolf pack rediscovers their need for adventure.
As Ami awaits treatment options, the kids prepare to join Matt in Alaska to begin packing up Browntown. However, after an accidental explosion that leaves Matt injured, Bear, Rain and Bird must begin the difficult work on the homestead short-handed.
Bear, Bird and Rain must make a difficult decision about the family boat. Matt tries to take his mind off his recent struggles with projects and games. Ami begins her radiation therapy treatment.
As Ami prepares to undergo treatment for lung cancer, siblings Bear, Bird and Rain work give the families homestead back to the bush. The entire wolfpack looks to the future and finds strength in the hope for a new place to call Browntown.
As the Brown family adapts after closing their dream homestead, they charge toward a new beginning with the skills and knowledge they've acquired over 35 years in the Alaskan wilderness.