The Alaskan Bush People started filming as they returned to Alaska; the locals say. However, The Discovery Channel has yet to confirm it officially, but the locals are already started to talk about the Brown family.
Reminiscent of pioneer families who lived off the land in the 1,800s, a family of nine, started living wildlife enjoying hunting, fishing, building houses, shooting bears, and trying their best to survive on the Alaskan frontier and live the wildlife they want to live.
Joshua Brown makes about $300,000 while Noah Brown procures $65,000 yearly from the show. The family's total earning becomes huge, and they can live a luxury life with it.
Alaskan Bush People's Overall Net Worth is Huge
Alaskan family with their struggle and hard work maintain a tremendous net worth i. e. around $60 million and the show adds up daily.
The Alaskan family was not ready to live in Los Angeles as the mother Ami was fighting propelled malignant lung growth, then they settled in Tonasket, Washington, buying about 500 sections of land.
The land on a 4,000-foot high mountain cost them $415,000, and local people were not excited about the buy. The section of properties is 65, 190, 40, 140, respectively.
Alaskan Bush Family has a Hauling Business Too
During season three, the Brown boys started a hauling business to add more to their net worth and income. The idea was simple: using the boat, they fixed up haul and anything needed to move. The last episode of season three, "Never Give Up," featured their first real hauling job.
During the beginning of the business, it was a practical method to collect some cash. However, as the family doesn't live at the place since mid-2019, their business there must have shut down.
Some Members of the Brown Family Were Sentenced for Making Illegal Money.
In 2016, both Billy and son Bam Bam faced 30 days in prison for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from the Alaska state. From the courts' archives, it was uncovered that the dad and child were involved in more than 20 checks of unsworn distortion and burglary for lying about living in Alaska to get cash from the legislature.
Reports say, in total, they stole $27,000 from the state, and the court ordered to pay back $22,000 fine.