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Welcome to Prince of Wales Island off the coast of Alaska where, around a tiny cove called Port Protection, some 100 people eke out an existence. It's a tough life, but one the locals seem to love. Take Sam Carlson, whose boots are leaking so he makes some mink traps, catches a couple, skins them and renders their fat to slather on his boots. Just one story in the opener to this series about living alongside nature in the raw.
Documentary series following a group of people living in a remote Alaskan community.
The winter comes to an end, and Sam goes on his first fishing trip in months, while Gary goes on one last trapping trip.
The residents of the Alaskan community have to deal with rough weather, high winds and bad soil - but when beavers add to their problems, one man vows to get rid of the creatures.
Spring arrives, and Mary goes into the woods on her first bear hunt. Gary sets a beaver trap, and hopes to teach Amanda how to skin the creatures. Hans and Timbi go hiking.
Mary teaches Amanda how to hunt game in the spring, while Curly helps Jiggy to save his house from a rotten tree.
Sam looks for building materials to make a stove, and Curly gives Amanda a gruelling lesson in dropping trees.
Sam tries to build a wind turbine out of scrap metal, and Hans makes a discovery that threatens the town's water supply.
The community faces fresh challenges, as Gary goes shrimping, Timbi searches for natural remedies, Curly tries to pull a tree down, and Sam heads into the wilderness to hunt bear.
Hans and Timbi take a giant step in realising their dream of owning a working farm, by constructing a large duck pen.
Gary Muehlberger makes a supply run to Wrangell, Alaska and is asked by Hans and Timbi Porter to bring back some very precious cargo (ducks) that the whole community is counting on.
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