Nomadics Tipi Makers

Nicole
Loffler
,
Ph.D.

We have been making Sioux style Native American Tipis in beautiful Oregon since 1970. We offer exceptional craftsmanship and beautiful artwork. We are women owned and operated, with 85% women in the workforce. We source organically grown cotton, use low VOC paint, recycle most of our by-products and support Native American causes via our ongoing 'WeCare' Projects. Nomadics pays living wages for everybody (starting at a minimum wage of $15/h) and offers above average benefits for its employees. 

Our tipis are used as a space for meditation or quiet time, as a backyard gathering place, as permanent shelters for off-the-grid living, as airbnb or glampinghub rentals, as well as at Campgrounds, Retreat Centers, Educational Centers or Glamping Sites.