The Eatnanšaddu web exhibition was carried out in cooperation with the Sápmi Miehtá project in 2011–2014. The content of the exhibition has been created by the Sámi Museum and Nature Centre Siida, while the Sápmi Miehtá project is responsible for the technical realization of the website.
The website is based on an exhibition with the same name that was earlier produced jointly by the Sámi Museum and Northern Lapland Nature Centre. The content of the website has been edited by Arja Jomppanen. The website has been designed by Tero Riskilä. During the creation of the website, Eeva-Liisa Rasmus and Sini Mia Nuorgam worked as coordinators for the Sápmi Miehtá project.
Original exhibition texts: Maria Sofia Aikio, Aki Arponen, Arja Jomppanen, Jussi Kahlos, Mia Vuomajoki
Translations: Kaija Anttonen (Sámi/Finnish into English), Arja Jomppanen (Sámi into Finnish), Sulo Aikio (Finnish into Sámi)
Photographs: Ulla Isotalo, Martti Rikkonen, University of Helsinki/Arppeanum, Provincial Museum of Lapland, Metsähallitus, Finnish National Board of Antiquities, Sámi Museum Siida, Sámiid vuorká-dávvirat / De Samiske Samlinger, University of Turku, and private photographers.
Maps on distribution of plants: Pasi Nivasalo
Eatnanšaddu logo (based on traditional images of the sun): Hannu Tikkanen
Films: Inger-Mari Aikio-Arianaick & Joonas Saari, Anstein Mikkelsen, Niillas Somby
Literature: Rovaniemi City Library – Provincial Museum of Lapland, Sámi Special Library of Finland.
Matleena & Sergei Kp. Fofonoff
Tyyne (Domna) Fofonoff (1930-2006)
Maarit K. Länsman
Lea & Juhani Magga
Sámi Duodji ry
Ilmari & Raine Tapiola
YLE Sámi Radio
@ Siida & Sápmi Miehtá Project