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What does CEXS stand for?

CEXS stands for Cooperative Extension Service (US FEMA)

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government

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The 2012 summer drought has resulted in the state's cow and calf producers losing an estimated $128 million this year, according to a report by the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service has produced three new DVDs detailing ways to help Alaskans preserve foods: "Cold Storage," "Roses and Fireweed" and "Processing Game Meat.
The committees, chairs and members are: Materials Development Sharon Pahlman, Maryland Cooperative Extension Service, Carolina County, chair; Rachel Cheatham, Weber Shandwick, and Diane Olson, Missouri Farm Bureau Federation.
The association is also developing a plan to bring credit union staff at the chapter level together with county agents of the Cooperative Extension Service to expand use of the educational program throughout the country.
Department of Agriculture-Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service and participating Land-Grant University Cooperative Extension Services, offers a high school program in financial planning.
Meanwhile, cucumber growers in North Carolina are anxious to try the experimental red-dyed melon concentrate, asserts entomologist Bill Jester of the North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service in Kinston.
Cherry Delaney, 4-H program coordinator with Purdue University's Cooperative Extension Service, says it can be traumatic for children to hear statements about how everything is dying or the world is ending.
The resulting and continuing cooperation between NAL and ES allows RIC to combine the technical subject-matter expertise of ES's nationwide Cooperative Extension Service (CES) of county extension agents and state subject specialists with the information resources of a national library of more than 2 million volumes emphasizing agriculture and rural information resources--an invaluable and natural merger.