Naomi Ratte (Peguis First Nation) is a consultant and landscape architectural intern with NVision Insight Group Inc. She provides support on projects related to territorial park design, interpretive planning, and traditional knowledge studies, including interviews and GIS mapping with community knowledge holders and much more. She co-founded the Indigenous Design and Planning Students’ Association (IDPSA) at the University of Manitoba and co-edited the publication Voices of the Land: Indigenous Design and Planning from the Prairies (2021). She is a recent graduate of the Master of Landscape Architecture program, her practicum work focused on exploring past narratives and dreamt into ways to form new stories and connections in her community’s traditional territory at the mouth of the Red River near Selkirk, Manitoba. Naomi is the recipient of three national awards of excellence for landscape architecture projects in Nunavut and Yukon and has received numerous leadership and academic awards, including the 2022 Olmstead Scholar from the Landscape Architecture Foundation.