Alaskan Bush People
Alaskan Bush People is a reality television show on Discovery, which first aired in May 2014. Up until the end of Season 7 it followed the Brown family as they forged a life in the Alaskan wilderness.
At the end of that season the family left their ‘Browntown’ homestead to move temporarily to California while the matriarch of the family, Ami Brown, underwent treatment for lung cancer. They later planned to move permanently to a new home in Colorado.
The Brown family is made up of Ami and her husband Billy and their seven children. In order of age, oldest to youngest, they are Matt, Bam Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, Birdy and Rain. Read more
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Alaskan Bush People first began after the Brown family had their home destroyed by authorities due to it being built on public land. They then visited various places in Alaska looking for somewhere suitable to build their homestead.
They eventually settled on Chichagof Island, near Hoonah. The series then followed their day-to-day lives and trials and tribulations as they went about developing “Browntown” and living the “wild” lifestyle.
The members of the Brown family are commonly known as the “Wolfpack”. There are usually two seasons a year, one starting in the spring and one starting in the fall or early winter.You might also like