Homestead Rescue Season 11 is to Premiere on Discovery Channel
Living off grid is not as easy as it looks and sometimes these new farmers need a little help with their self-sufficient living
A Kentucky homestead, built in the historical remnants of an old mining town, faces biblical flooding. To get the family above water, Marty revives the original barn, Matt devises a livestock escape pod and Misty conceives her first floating greenhouse.
In a rescue first, the Raneys arrive at a Washington state homestead and find the couple's cabin recently collapsed; with winter weeks away, on land with a dangerous predator funnel, the race is on to solve the shelter, food and predator threats.
The Raneys answer an urgent call from Central AK, where they find a family with all the infrastructure but minimal skills to realize their dream. With subzero temps looming, the Raneys must help them winter-proof and set them up for the spring ahead.
The Raneys meet their match on a homestead in Idaho, where millennial off-gridders are plagued with dead soil, grizzly bear visits and constant landslides. Making matters worse, COVID again strikes one of the Raneys, jeopardizing the rescue.
Bus-dwelling Virginia homesteaders struggle for a foothold; after learning the couple sent their son to live with his grandmother until the homestead can thrive, the Raneys undertake one of the biggest rescues ever to reunite the family.
The Raneys struggle to revive an inherited Wyoming hill country homestead with a tragic legacy; to bring water to the property, Marty must solve the mystery of an untapped well; Misty and Matt combine forces on one of their most ambitious builds.
Marty faces his most daunting challenge ever in the rescue of a Tennessee homestead. Down Misty and Matt, he calls on past homesteaders and friends Ken and Anita Corsini, a husband and wife HGTV home renovation team.
The Raneys rescue a single-father homesteader facing threats of rockslides and bears in a Montana box canyon. But with Matt in Alaska awaiting the birth of his daughter, Marty and Misty face an uphill battle.
The Raneys find a Montana homestead struggling through food, predator and power problems. Marty and Matt reunite them with old firefighter squad mates who help consolidate and build out a couple's homestead for safety and accessibility.
With a major setback in Misty's build, the Raneys race the clock in their rescue of a Texas homestead. Marty tackles the water crisis, Misty scrambles to complete the pond and garden and Matt builds a hog trap for an additional food resource.
The Raneys rush to Texas homesteaders in severe hardship and unable to realize their dream of rescuing "kill" horses. Misty builds a multi-tier garden and duck pond, Marty constructs an innovative horse barn and Matt designs a unique storm shelter.
In order to save a Georgia homestead drowning in a snake and gator-invested swamp, the Raneys must find an ingenious way to reclaim the Buchannans' land from the encroaching mire and all it brings with it.
The Raneys find an Idaho family struggling to survive in a geodesic dome home on the edge of a cliff. While Marty brings them water and Misty builds an innovative garden greenhouse, Matt and a local tracker corner a dangerous predator in a tree.
The Raneys bring some homesteading mastery to a Vermont couple who start but rarely finish big projects. Marty creates viable access through dense terrain, Misty builds an underground garden and Matt bear-proofs the homestead with ingenious builds.
In the rugged Tennessee mountains, the Raneys scramble to save a family without suitable food, water and shelter. Marty constructs a massive yurt, Misty transforms a rundown pond into a food source and Matt creates a workshop with a propane forge.
The Raneys attempt to rescue a family descended from rock'n'roll royalty by reclaiming their homestead from the jungle on Kauai. But when a dangerous flash flood strikes, the Raneys find themselves on the wrong side of the river and out of time.
The Raneys rescue a young family with a crumbling cabin on a homestead infested by slugs carrying a brain-eating parasite.
Misty and Matt find themselves alone on a critical rescue of Alaskan homesteaders ill from dirty water and stuck in a crumbling cabin. It's all-hands-on-deck as the Raneys call in family reinforcements to bring all new ingenuity to save the day.
The Raneys rescue the Kramers in Alaska by converting an old barn into a commercial fishing kitchen. But when Marty is suddenly forced to quarantine, Matt and Misty must finish alone, leading to the discovery of the homestead's biggest resource: gold.
In Mississippi, the Raneys must first solve the mystery of flooding water before teaching a family of six to thrive off-grid together. Builds include a new Elvis-inspired "Heartbreak Goat-tel" goat pen, garden compound and metal forge.
In an all new season, the Raneys quickly learn that while more people have moved off-grid in the last two years to seek a simpler way of living, most are devastatingly unprepared for long-term survival.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
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.
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 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.
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.
The Raneys tackle a treehouse cabin on the verge of collapse in Missouri. Marty works to overhaul the entire base of the cabin, Misty constructs a greenhouse out of scavenged windows, and Matt builds a workshop for the Oglesbys' leather goods business.
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.
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 continue rescuing the Broadhead's tire bale homestead in Central Ohio; the clock is ticking as Marty, Misty, and Matt work to provide fresh water, strengthen walls and jumpstart an indoor garden.
The Raneys arrive in Ohio to find the Broadhead family struggling to survive in their home made of 30,000 tire bales. Battling intruding pests, flooding, and unstable walls, the Raneys have their hands full in one of their most challenging rescues.
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.
In Alaska, the Raneys turn a homestead on the verge of going up in flames into a golden opportunity. Later they race to Louisiana to protect a family under threat of vicious storms, black mold and feral hogs.
The Raneys return to Alaska to find their homestead in disrepair. Their wooden tram supports were destroyed by beetle kill, and they need a water source and firewood. Then they must deal with fallout from an earthquake.
A day in, Marty is hit with a bombshell -- the old well he's come to fix has already claimed a victim. To set the Dagues on a path to self-sufficiency, the Raneys try to deliver long-term water, protein and power sources.
Shocked to find a bear den near the Counter family's Colorado homestead, the Raneys build an old school root cellar and innovative greenhouse and attempt to inspire two off-grid reluctant teenage sisters to help bring their father's dream to life.
Marty takes on a risky first-time build - a huge diverter trench to deflect the torrents of storm water devastating the homestead of musician Lou and his wife Stacey. But with a huge storm forecast, no one can predict if this rescue will succeed.
A homestead in serious danger of a raging California wildfire prompts Marty to clear cut surrounding trees and create an evacuation ark for the Grants' livestock while Matt devises a unique layer of fire protection to save the home from destruction.
Threatened by an approaching wildfire, Stuart & Toni Rinker need a quick solution to their failing Idaho homestead. The Raneys plan to fire-proof the Rinkers' cabin and build a firebreak, but will Stuart's opposition jeopardize success and their lives?
Marty helps Oregon homesteaders April and Mike Kondash build a barn, Misty creates her first-ever subterranean garden, and Matt finds a humane approach to a mysterious predator threat.
The Raneys must move an entire cabin into the flood zone as Marty's dam is put to the test. A surprise arrival of chicks means Misty needs a clever upgrade for a ravaged chicken coop. And Matt crafts a knife blade in the Smiths' newly improved foundry.
A dangerous request from the Smith family in a Missouri flood zone forces the Raneys into the homestead challenge of their lives as they build a dam and plan an entire cabin move. To save the family's business, Matt embarks on a knife shop remodel.
The Raneys create their first-ever self-automated homestead in the fierce Alaskan wilderness to function while firefighters Kim and Casey Boespflug are away on duty.
Marty embarks on an ambitious, off-grid hydropower system after Tennessee storms obliterate the Reathifords' power source while Matt creates a meat smoker, but a surprise accident leads to a construction site injury for one of the Raneys
Stranded on a cliff in their RV, amputee Jeff Tatsch and wife Carol need a livable home, water, and a place to grow food, so the Raneys build an entire cabin from scratch on solid ground and harness a source of water from a natural spring.
Toxic land plagues this Kentucky homestead, so the Raneys must build the Rains family a hillside garden, turn a cave into a goat fortress, and find uncontaminated water deep underground.
A hungry bear scratching the walls, disease carrying ticks, no food to eat, no power to cry for help, and 60 massive oaks looming over a flimsy cabin in tornado alley. Is this Missouri homestead the Raneys greatest ever challenge? You bet it is.
The Raneys must save two Hawaiian homesteaders who built their dream homestead in the path of life-threatening flash floods. As the weather closes in, the Raneys must battle to save a homestead from drowning and also win the trust of the homesteaders.
The Raney family goes to the Ozarks, where Marty spent his childhood homesteading and discover a malnourished couple and a moldy cabin that's making them sick. Massive electric storms hit, but the homestead must be built before Mother Nature wins.
The Raneys try to restore a couple's failed homestead in Ohio; Marty attempts to repair an old gas well.
The Raneys help an Oregon homestead trapped at the bottom of a 100 foot cliff that separates them from four acres of land that they need for food and livestock; Marty takes a risk forming a road up a bedrock cliff to a forest with mountain lions.
The Raney family arrives at a homestead threatened by heat, coyotes and even cows; Marty attempts to protect livestock with a massive build.
The Raney family arrives at a homestead with a bee-obsessed owner that is unintentionally attracting bears with his hives; Marty bush-engineers a windmill to pump water to a new bathhouse.
Arctic temperatures and a hungry grizzly wreak havoc on a struggling homestead; the Ranys pursue huge builds, including a blacksmith shop.
A couple terrified to hunt and a ramshackle home with exposed wires in the shower and chickens in the living room.
An isolated road becomes a death trap when a medical emergency strikes a secluded homestead. The Raneys face their first ever failed rescue.
The Raneys assist an Oregon homestead where fire is a constant threat and livestock are family pets instead of meat.
The Raneys help the Johnson family who have no drinking water or food sources; their dogs have been killed by a mystery predator and worry they are next.
The Raneys suggest drastic changes to the Deeters, dog-mushers with a homestead on the edge of disaster, where bears dine on their dog food and the forest makes a possible tinder box.
The Raneys help the Russell family, who are struggling on a failing homestead in the forests of Pennsylvania; the family faces a food shortage, with no hunting skills, and a cabin on the brink of collapse.
The Raneys help the Kondors in the Nevada desert, where the homestead suffers from rattler infested trailers, searing heat, sand storms and a lack of water.
The dog-mushing Deeters own a homestead on the edge of disaster; the Raneys attempt to help, but discover the Deeters don't trust outsiders.
The Raney's help the Zabec family in Virginia, where pigs are destroying the homestead, predators are killing livestock, and a huge oak is threatening their cabin.
In Montana, the Raney's help Beth and Mike Ettinger who live in an abandoned ghost town stalked by a mountain lion and void of any livestock, water or food.
The Raneys rally at Rika's Roadhouse, a legendary homestead established by one of Alaska's toughest female pioneers. Gathering inspiration for the summer ahead, they reflect on past rescues and the importance of a well-developed, off-grid mindset.
During a wild, unprecedented year, the Raneys visit a homestead they helped save more than three years ago and check in with other homesteads that have flourished in the months since the Raneys' rescue.
The Raneys have traversed America saving homesteaders on the verge of failing. Now, the Raneys reflect on fan-favorite visits and watch self-shot updates from the most resilient of these homesteaders.
The Raneys explore their most epic rescues, counting down to the five most hostile and dangerous states that present the most grueling challenges for new homesteaders.
With just three days to preserve the legacy of a fourth generation Alaskan homesteading family, the Raneys must fix an earthquake-ravaged foundation and revive a dormant garden before hitting the lower 48 for another year of incredible rescues.
While the Raneys are building their family homestead in the untamed Alaskan wilderness, a bear encounter sends them predator proofing. After using every ounce of off-grid ingenuity to secure their own homestead, they rush to help a family in need.
In this special episode, the Raneys hang out in a cabin, answer some viewer questions and tell the story of Marty and Matt's epic adventure.