The famous family previously explored the idea of a home in Colorado and they may also still have their rental property in Los Angeles, but the brood currently resides in Tonasket, Washington. Some fans even believe the Browns never lived in Alaska at all while the show was filming.
In order to be closer to healthcare facilities while Ami Brown is in remission, most of the family relocated to a secluded near-500 acre piece of property on a mountain 4,000 feat above sea level in Okanogan County, Washington.
The series premiered on the Discovery Channel on May 6, 2014. Filmed on location near Hoonah, Alaska and Chichagof Island, with later seasons filmed on location in Okanogan County, Washington , it follows the extended Brown family’s life.
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The Browns left Alaska due to a sudden cancer diagnosis with Ami, the matriarch of the family . While Browntown was no more, the family moved and purchased a 435-acre property in the North Cascade Mountains of Washington State to be closer to Los Angeles, where Ami and Bill travel every three months for her checkups.
However, according to commenters on Facebook, the Browns ‘ new cabin was built by locals, not the family. “They are portraying themselves as something that they are not ,” the source wrote. “They do not live in the bush – they only go there to film scenes. They have been living in Hoonah with the Discovery crew.
BILLY Brown from Alaskan Bush People has suffered from respiratory problems , kidney issues, and seizures in the past. Billy’s lawyer used his medical issues as grounds to keep him out of jail after he was charged with second-degree unsworn falsification. Here’s more on the head of the reality family’s medical past.
Amber Branson, 44, was the niece of family matriarch Ami Brown .
Matt has no plans to return to Alaskan Bush People and is quite content living his quiet life in California. The family has always stood behind him; even though he is not on the show anymore, they always want him to make wise life decisions.
‘ Alaskan Bush People ‘ family’s home destroyed by fire, reality star says. Bear Brown, one of the stars of Discovery Channel’s “ Alaskan Bush People ,” said the family’s home has been “destroyed” by a wild fire in the mountains of Washington that is “still burning.”
The Browns originally raised their children in the wild of the Alaskan bush for over thirty years. They were forced to vacate their land due to Ami’s cancer battle. The family all moved together to the Pacific Northwest of Washington State, where they built a new Brown Town to call their own.
One of the stars of the Discover Channel reality show “ Alaskan Bush People ” says his family’s home in Okanogan County has been destroyed in the Palmer Fire . Fire officials have reported about 30 structures lost in the 11,000-acre fire since it started Tuesday afternoon.