Did you grow up near the LA Aqueduct?

Building an aqueduct for Los Angeles required railroads to deliver the construction materials. Near the ruins of this railroad is a great place to put a kayak in the reviving Owens River.
Building an aqueduct for Los Angeles required railroads to deliver the construction materials. Near the ruins of this railroad is a great place to put a kayak in the reviving Owens River.
Courtesy Eastern California Museum

November 5 marks the centennial of the L.A. Aqueduct. Sprawling 420 miles, the massive system still delivers water from the Owens River to Los Angeles.

To commemorate this milestone, KPCC is launching a series about the past, present and future of L.A. water.

We want to know: What are your L.A. Aqueduct stories? Share your insights and help share KPCC's coverage of the aqueduct's centennial. 

Everything you share will be read by journalists only, and your responses are confidential unless you tell us we may publish them.