Some friends of mine are very interested in visiting your land project and living a nomadic existence. They plan on traveling to Canada this Summer. If you're hosting guests feel free to contact me directly through this forum. I've told them to visit Denman, Hornby, and Cortez Islands, along with the Gulf Islands in general, but I think they might enjoy visiting larger projects farther North.
The Feralculture project is so new that I don't think there are current examples of people living the vision laid out as there's only one node. Andrew and Jennifer may have different opinions on that after helping a local with a fish camp recently.
I have only lived at remote land projects that travelled by car/walking/buses/hitchhiking to different abundant harvests: acorns, blueberries, horse clams, seaweed, crab, dumpstered food, building supplies, etc. Only a couple times have I been part of a "camp" to harvest in abundance. Both times were on Orcas Island where I harvested nori and kelp for a couple days. When I lived in a remote project in Bow, Washington most of the hunting and gathering was done by foot: hunting porcupines/rabbits and gathering berries everyday. When living in squats, I've bused to Seattle and done the dumpster route (in South Downtown, aka "Sodo") by foot and even carried my food conspicuously back on the bus. None of these were permanent camps, or nodes, really. Just "spots" I would go again and again. The "nettle" spot, the "chantrelle" spot, etc.
In Minnesota people do more seasonal harvest camps. Folks I know do a regular Wild Rice and Maple Sugar camp (aka Sugar Bush) usually for a week at a time. They also do Smelt and Black Walnut harvesting in bulk.
In other words, I'd say I don't know much more than you do, and that you seem to know quite a bit more.