All but one of the Trustees of Reservations properties on Martha’s Vineyard will reopen Thursday, according to an announcement from the organization’s on-Island director, Sam Hart.

The Farm Institute will continue to sell beef and eggs for curbside pickup and host online cooking classes, but the farm will remain closed to visitors, Mr. Hart said. Oversand vehicle traffic on Norton Point and Cape Pogue will be restricted to essential vehicles and homeowners.

All 118 of the Trustees properties in Massachusetts have been closed since March 24 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Visitors to the properties reopening this week, which include Long Point, Menemsha Hills, Mytoi and Wasque, are asked to practice safe social distancing and keep dogs leashed at all times.