In Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, rough-and-tumble Dirt McComber struggles to support his large modern family as the last member of his community to maintain a traditional Mohawk livelihood.

Eric “Dirt” McComber is a rugged individualist who provides for his family of nine by hunting and fishing the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory near Montreal. A traditional livelihood isn’t just of philosophical concern to Dirt, it also provides the financial resources needed to keep the McCombers afloat, and his bustling household is ground zero for maintaining Mohawk traditions in the modern day. But, when disaster strikes Dirt’s business, the whole family must remain resilient during a harsh Quebec winter and prioritize what is truly important to preserve their way of life.